Easter Sunday is certainly a day to remember our Lord and the sacrifice He made. It is also a day to spend with those you love. In my case that would be my LB and my Family. I have three grown children, a precious daughter-in-law and the most adorable grand-baby ever! My extended family includes my sweet Mama, my sister, and her family.
This Easter we gathered for Sunday “dinner” after church. As a bonus, there was an after dinner Easter egg hunt. Three children [three years old and under] were center stage: My sister’s two grand-babies Levi and Thea, and my little Lydia. This was about as entertaining an Easter egg hunt as there ever was.
Every year I will make up Easter baskets for my kids. They expect it and they truly appreciate it. Now that Lydia is part of the family she gets an Easter basket as well. This year her Easter basket contained Cheddar Bunnies, a bunny headband, a cookie in a tin, 6 plastic eggs, a white plush bunny with a carrot shaped blanket and a tube of plastic ducklings [pictured is Glammy and Lydia who is wearing the bunny headband and holding the tube of ducklings in her right hand].
We spent the next hour playing with the six little ducks. Lydia would declare that she needed help and I would promptly hold out my hands so she could turn them out and one by one pluck them up and place them back into the tube.