Normally, for Easter we go as a family to God's Acre at sunrise for our traditional Moravian service each year. This year, the cold and wet weather and the fact that we are JUST now all healthy meant that Casey ventured out solo (and got SOAKED in the rain) and Bea and I were left to see what the Easter Bunny dropped off overnight. And man, oh man... did the EB deliver this year:
Anyway, once at the end, she honed right in on her loot, which included a pair of "Pink Shiny Toms, Mommy!"
We don't give Bea a whole lot of processed foods, candy included so when she receives it as a gift or on special days like Easter, she goes a little overboard. I think it took her all of about 2 seconds to start shaking eggs and figuring out there was more inside of them:
Overall, the meal was really good. Even if our friends are vegetarians and Casey and I (and Bea) were the only ones who ate the ham, it was still fun to cook the whole thing. Ham leftover for the next four months don't bother me:
|Hairbows are out, it's gettin' serious.|
|The attitude on Bea's face is just to much. I can't even deal...|
Although, remembering how we spent our first Easter with Bea, when she was still in the NICU should make every Easter since feel special, huh?
It's hard to believe she was ever this small: