We had a lovely Easter this year! We went to WF and had our hunt on Saturday evening. As you can see these two had a fun little competition this year at the Easter egg hunt! Elizabeth was hot on Grey's trail! For her first time hunting eggs she was a total pro!
Tom made one a little more difficult for him...
The Easter bunny's helper:)
We headed to church Sunday before we traveled to Tipton for Easter egg hunt #2!
The kids had so much, and I think Keith hid about 1000 eggs!! Haha they loved it!! He rewarded them with a giant chocolate bunny!
Our BFF Porter had an awesome birthday party! His Mom and Dad threw him the coolest Monster Truck Party with an awesome monster truck bounce house (that I didn't get a pic of:( )!
After the party, we had a sleepover! Adult/kid sleepovers are the best! The Wagoner boys and their Mom and Dad stayed to play! It was so much fun! Morgen had a glow in the dark Easter egg hunt for them.
And, the world's best kindergarten teacher read them a bedtime story! I'm gonna need her to move soon...
Elizabeth was in on the fun too, especially when she discovered Porter's awesome kitchen! I have alerted Santa that she may need this one...
We had so much fun! Thanks Crowders for having us, and Happy Birthday P!
Woohoo for Spring Break! After my last (hopefully, fingers crossed!) TFA State Debate trip to El Paso, I came home to these sweet kiddos for some fun!
We made a trip up to Gainesville to the Frank Buck Zoo, and it was AWESOME! It is the perfect size for the kids, and they absolutely loved it! If you get there when they open, you can stand in line to feed the giraffes. Grey was a little timid at first, but the second time he went with it!
The zoo is right next to a cute little park--with a little train that wasn't running that day, which means we have to go back! After we saw all the animals, we had a picnic in the park and played for a bit before heading up to WF to see Nana!
Once we got to WF we spent a couple of days playing at Nana's house! We had one special rite of passage to take care of for Elizabeth. She got her ears pierced! She was so good! She was initially shocked of course, but now she doesn't have to think about it ever again! (I had mine pierced at 6 months.)
We celebrated/drowned her sorrows at Pioneer in queso and CFS! Yum!
Nana even got them a sandbox to play in! They LOVE IT!
Not ready to head back to reality, but it sure was fun while it lasted!