The Professor’s birthday, egg dyeing, two Easter egg hunts, simple gifts, and an Easter feast. Was your Easter week as lovely and full as ours?
I love everyone’s sunny smiles!
Preston got an “antique hummingbird feeder” for Easter….
There has been no end to the excitement over that hummingbird feeder, even those I assured Preston the hummingbirds won’t be coming around until it warms up a bit…
Busy times – -and tons of fun! Miss you guys!
We miss you too Jan!
I love how your pictures tell such a great glimpse into your lives. Asher’s expressions with his egg were priceless. Warmed my heart to see your family enjoying this glorious season together.
We wish we could have been with you! I hope you had a lovely Easter.
How fun! I loved your simple, yet elegant Easter dinner. I think we’ll make ours more simple next year. 🙂 However, I don’t know if I could get my kids to eat a whole spoonful of garbanzo beans in one sitting. I usually have to mix them in with rice and tell them they’re “princess peas”. 🙂 What were in the jars in Seth’s b-day picture. (The pie looked delicious!)
Ondalynn, I love the princess peas idea! Although we’d have to go with warrior peas around here. The jars were my big gift to Seth: his favorite homemade granola.
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