The Easter Bunny hid Sophie’s basket under the dining room table, which, coincidentally, is Sophie’s favorite hiding spot.
The boys’ baskets were hidden behind throw pillows. Sophie was very eager to help find them.
Grandma and Paw Paw mailed a package filled with Easter cards and goodies, which the children loved.
Owen and James enjoying their plastic eggs filled with Puffs and new mirrors while waiting for Dad to make …
It was a first for Owen and James—they loved them.
Here are the beautiful Easter outfits Great Aunt Susie made for the children. Check out her other lovely items here!
dyeing Easter eggs, belatedly.
attempting an Easter photo shoot
Pop Pop, Owen, Sophie, James and Nini
Sophie enjoying a chocolate treat from her basket with Dad
indoor (everything outside is rain soaked) Easter egg hunt, which Sophie loved
Nini and James
James, Pop Pop and Owen
Later that afternoon everyone was pretty cranky so Andy suggested we all go outside and spend some time on the porch, despite the rain—it turned out to be a fantastic idea. The boys loved swinging on the porch swing and Sophie loved jumping in the rain puddles.
“I think of the garden after the rain;
And hope to my heart comes singing,
At morn the cherry-blooms will be white,
And the Easter bells be ringing!” —Edna Dean Proctor