Sooo I was just about to publish a post I had all written up and then BAM, my computer restarted all on it's own and there went my post. *sigh*
I'll try this again but with less text, okay?
In a nutshell I shared random pictures from our festive Easter weekend, starting with this one of girls watching an Easter Bible movie on my laptop while the sun set in our new backyard...
I'm not going to lie--I'm kinda obsessed with watching the sunset from this room. It puts a big smile on my heart! And my girls are kinda obsessed with that movie, which also puts a smile on my heart. :)
Saturday we celebrated Easter with aunts, uncles, and cousins by eating delicious food and watching the the kiddos hunt for eggs around their yard. I still can't get over the perfect weather us Pacific Northwesterners were gifted with this weekend. Absolutely perfect.
And here's my newest little cousin--ain't he a cutie?! I adore his mama--I'm so happy she married into the family!
And here is my lovely aunt (my mom's only sister!) holding her very first grandbaby. Precious.
And Easter morning? Well, the girls woke up to these creative scavenger hunt clues that led to their Easter baskets. Their Daddy did this all by himself. My hubby is awesome. He seriously is. :)
And here's my crazy little bedhead. Talk about someone who is addicted to chocolate--this little stinker snuck into my bedroom after putting her to bed tonight and ate the entire head off my chocolate bunny! As if she didn't get enough candy today!! Stinker indeed.
Here's a quick snapshot of the two older girls in their church dresses and Jane in her... swimsuit. She refused to put her dress back on after changing out of it the minute she walked through the door from church. Don't get me wrong--she loves her dresses, but she loves her swimsuits even more!
I kinda think this picture is perfect--it truly captures the stage Jane's in right now. :)
And this next picture melts my heart. These little girls are becoming such wonderful little best friends. Oh how I love them.
I hope you're weekend was wonderful, too!
Pamela, a mama who is quite content in life right now, even though the unpacking isn't completely done--but almost! :)