|Little E's second birthday party|
Friday night we celebrated EGB's second birthday with a Sesame Street themed party. The older girls "helped" her open all her presents.
|Elmo party favors|
We had "Easter" a day early because Ana & Family had to fly home early in the morning on Sunday. The Easter Bunny accommodated us by making a special trip on Friday night so the girls could get their baskets on Saturday morning.
|Candy before breakfast|
|Fancy lady in a hair bow and her "stylish"|
Kate actually let Amy put Elizabeth's hair bow in her hair - and then left it there almost all day! It's an Easter miracle!
|Playdoh Easter eggs|
|Ready to hunt|
Once the sun came out and it warmed up a bit, we ran outside to hunt eggs.
|This is how she really looked most of the time.|
Kate was hysterical during the egg hunt. She raced full speed around the yard yelling, "I wonned!" everytime she picked up an egg. I was pretty surprised by her competitive streak as she's usually fairly laid back.
|Mags has an eagle eye for hidden eggs.|
There were so many eggs that the girls had to empty their baskets into shopping bags halfway through so they could keep hunting!
|Can you spot the child in this photo?|
We took some photos at a covered bridge of the whole family, but we didn't end up with any of those on our camera. I'll have to add one later. All the photos of the four of us turned out crazy, but this picture of the girls holding hands is sweet.
|We hit the park after the family photos.|
|Braving the cold for a little swing time.|
The bunny cake in the lower left hand corner is Roger's birthday cake! Delicious!
|Chilly New England Easter Sunday|
Sunday morning was freezing (with a few flurries of snow!), but that didn't stop the girls from bundling up and heading out with the dyed eggs for a second egg hunt. Thanks Grandpa!
|Egg Hunt #2|
|They look like a pack of tiny immigrant girls fresh off the boat.|
And now, we're all back to our daily grind. Maggie had school today, and Mike went to work. Kate and I hit the grocery store and did laundry. She was so sad all day that everyone had gone home, and she kept asking if we could just drive back to Gram and Grandpa's right away. I'm pretty sure it wasn't even the candy and cakes that she was missing.