Since I haven't blogged in so long, it looks like I have a whole lot of things to catch up on. In fact, I can't remember what I have and have not blogged about! If you've seen this, just smile, shake your head, and say, "bless her heart"!!
I decided to be an Eater bunny over achiever. Jin Jin used to do really fun things like this for us, so I figured it was my turn to make Easter a bit more memorable.
The girls awoke to Easter baskets, each with tape taking them all over the den and kitchen to find all their goodies.
Ellie's basket was on the right and she had to follow all the things along the green path. Gabbi's path was the pink one.
I typically take the opportunity to pick up all kinds of spring clothes, flip flops, and bathing suits, and help the Easter bunny out by adding to their simple baskets with things I am sure they will be needing for the spring anyway.
The tape paths took them all over the furniture, up onto the wall, over tables, and eventually back to the fireplace where they had cute little neon sundresses!
If you follow me on Facebook, you might remember seeing this one photo of the event.
This picture might better show how completely insane the Easter bunny was! Of course, neither kid really stayed on their track. I asked Todd to help Gabbi, and I went along with Ellie, trying to keep them on course.
Ellie would just run from outfit to outfit, and once she found some high heels and a maxi dress, it was pretty much DONE!
Has anyone noticed how dang C.U.T.E. the shoes are at Payless right now!? I got some super cute and really inexpensive shoes for my babies.
Here is the same ol twiggy arrangement that I use season after season.
And I had all my springy decorations all over the house.
And of course, the girls had the usual baskets full of candy, barettes, DVDs, knickknacks.
I surely do love being a mama. I can't imagine if I'd never been able to do this for my children. As so many of you who have followed my blog for a long time know... I dind't know if I ever would get to be a mama. I had resigned myself to that fact, and would've been fine with just me and Todd. But I sure am GLAD that God decided I needed to be a mama. And to two girls. At age 39!
I love to spoil them rotten and do fun things for them.
Have I mentioned I live in the high favor of the Lord?! I do!
And just you wait. I have Easter pics for the next four days! Settle in... .lots of Easter coming your way! !