Saturday, April 3, 2010

Egg Huntin at Staci's house

Do you ever think that maybe it is just not meant to be? Well, that is what has been plaguing me lately about this blog. I mean, I have gone through hell and high water to get pics to post. Then, today, I literally spend probably three hours, off and on, loading up about 50 pictures of the egg hunt at Staci's.

I have to go lay my Gabbi Girl down for a nap and when I return, my precious angel, Ellie Sue (aka Damien) has torn off, literally, ripped them off the keyboard, about 15 or so of the letters, icons, numbers, delete key, enter, etc straight off the keyboard at Staci's house. Yes, I am at Staci's doing this because I am literally looking at 2 months to upload my pics on my computer to Carbonite online. Hmmmph. My CHILD!!

So, then, I go back to look at the pics I have already uploaded and SHOULD have been saved (I really think this was a blogger error) and they are GONE! My hours of work!

So.... let's do this is phases!! I am going to post about 4-5 different posts all about the egg hunts we have been at lately and you are just going to have to check in all day long for the next couple of days.

Day 1:
Tucker finds a prize egg....

This wins him a big, fat chocolate bunny!

and Maggie found, ummm.... LOrd, have mercy, Maggie... how many did you find?!
Staci and Veronicia were the hostesses of a big ol', what has become annual, Easter egg hunt. They planted 800 eggs out in her backyard.
We had kids from all over here. Family. Neighbors. Cousins of people who know us and who happen to be in town. Kids down here at MMPT for IMOT. Here are a couple now...

This is Madison and Madeline. Madison is doing IMOT for the second time. She and her family are living in a travel trailer for three weeks to be here for therapy. Madeline, bless her heart, has been trucking back and forth, the twelve hour trip to and from the Knoxville area, to be with her mom and sister. Because of that, she has missed all of her class's egg hunts. She was pretty excited to be able to participate in this one.
And then, there is this random picture of Jordan, laughing about her egg she found. I don't know why, but she was quite proud of this egg, until I pointed out that it was empty and I really didn't know exactly why she was bragging about this clear, empty egg. Then, she started busting a gut over that one.


And now, because I have no idea why, but I cannot load up more pics on this blog post.... stay tuned, and there will be another one in about 30 minutes! This should be an adventure!
Mo





8 comments:

tricia said...

Ahhhhhhhhh....the joys of motherhood with a very active child. Gotta LOVE them. Thank you for still working on things to let us enjoy a few pics. Happy Easter

Jennifer said...

will keep on checkin....

stephleighjenkins said...

Keep em comin sista!!!! Love seeing pics of those gorgeous girls'

Kristin said...

I'm watching for more egg pictures. I can't believe you all have such a HUGE egg hunt. I would love to do something like that. Maybe next year.

Susan said...

Love the pictures...keep them coming and keep on blogging. So sorry you are having such a hard time.
Happy Easter!! Enjoy those sweeties!!!

Amy said...

Oh Mo, the blogging pains you've been going through...so sorry!
800 eggs??? Oh my goodness!
I hope you and your entire family have a blessed Easter, filled with love, hope, and renewal....BELIEVE!

Kathryn said...

Happy Easter! I have been reading, but haven't had time to respond. Hope things are well!

Bonnie said...

Yes, we read and WE LOVE LOVE LOVE the picture. Masie is gorgeous and me..well, my eyes are open!!! We would love to get a print of that!!!!!!