Monday, April 25, 2011

Easter Time

This Easter weekend was super busy, we headed to Utah since Bri had the week off, but before we left we did our apartment complexes egg hunt.

 They got SO many eggs, We have enough candy to last us till Halloween.

 We also went to another egg hunt with a city mom group,
They organized it so that each kid got 10 eggs, and of course my Aniston only picked out the pink eggs.
(I love Kenslie's face in this picture.)
 Friday night we colored our eggs.

 Then Saturday we headed over to my parents house for Easter lunch and another egg hunt, these are all the grand kids, (minus one) lined up.

 All my adorable nieces and nephews!!!
(Do you like the jack o lantern Easter baskets?)

And Saturday night I brought one of my very favorite family traditions to my family.
Growing up my mom would put our hair into sponge curlers for church the next day and then we would sit and watch The Ten Commandments, while having root beer floats.

 The root beer floats were a big hit, the curlers not so much, they didn't make it through the night.
Oh well, it was still one of my favorite memories as a kid and now as a mom.
In the morning the Easter bunny hid their baskets, they found them pretty quick.

Even Dad got a basket!

I  realized we never got a picture of the girls in their Easter dresses. I will have to get one this Sunday.
We did a ton of other things, but that will have to wait till another post.
Too many pictures and not enough time to post them all. :)


  1. FUN!! A kids dream week! I love the sponge curlers idea. That is a cute tradition. It was great to see you... Thanks for all the stuff, it really has come in handy and I have used it a lot. It was all perfect. Thanks for thinking of me!

  2. You guys are so cute!! I love your girls cute facial expenses in the pics! They are just adorable! :)

  3. I like the hair curlers tradition. We were also watch the ten commandments on Easter. Looks like you had a great Easter!

  4. Oops!The comment from Jon was actually from Ali. Jon would want me to clarify.