I hope everyone had quite the happy Easter. Ours was full of family, jelly beans, good conversations, a great church service and eggs (dying, rolling, throwing, hunting). We spent the weekend in PA at Scott’s brother’s home. Their church held multiple Easter services all weekend. We went to church on Saturday afternoon and it was crazy convenient!
We went out for a family dinner after church in our Easter best.
Would you just look at Scott’s jacket? He’s getting ready for the country club, it seems.
Dying Easter eggs is a must with littles around.
It’s always fun spending holidays with the little ones. For one thing, Uncle Scott gets to help them get ready for bed. And picks Santa pjs for Easter.
But you also get to be a part of the magic. Where did those bunny tracks come from!?
Little Man takes after his aunt Rebecca’s love of gummy anything.
And Little Miss obviously inherited the sparkle gene.
Easter egg hunt! We asked Avery how tall the Easter Bunny is. She guessed 9 feet. But it looks like he’s about Uncle Scott’s height…
This is the next big thing in strength training, I’m sure of it.
Who needs Cross Fit?
So I’m pretty sure that Steph and I did the lion’s share of the cooking. And yet, look who gets the glory. Obviously kidding. The family was very appreciative.
After a delicious brunch, the games began.
The Easter egg roll was my contribution. Here I am facing off against the reigning champion. My mother-in-law.
She won our round.
And the ultimate winner? Mark, for the win!
Well. The next game was an egg toss. With raw eggs. Partnered with your spouse. We did two rounds and Scott asked for a new partner after our first round. #truelove.
Needless to say, we did not go far and I had yolk on my hands. Or I did not throw far enough and Scott’s new shoes almost bit the dust. The wind was against me!
But look at that form! My sister-in-law and her sister started talking about their days playing softball. To which I say, pffft. I’ll challenge you to a ballet duel any day.