Scenes from Easter 2014

What a joyous day!  This year our Easter was anything but typical, but lovely.  At church we were able to pray with people and see lives changed.  What a blessing!  We also went out for brunch and dinner, which meant no cooking or food prep… and more time for fun!

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This year the Easter Bunny tried hard to limit the sugar and do more craft/toy-type baskets.  We just have way too much candy in the cupboards at all times, it seems.  The kids didn’t seem to miss it a bit.  They were thrilled with their baskets!

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Peeps were consumed first thing.  How can you say no to that face?

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After church and brunch, we came home and did mint buttercream play dough.  The last time I did this was 3 years ago, and I had said back then that I needed to make it a tradition.  Three years later and we’re just getting to it again!  It is the yummiest treat and has the best play dough consistency!  You can get my original recipe here.

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Finally, it was time for the egg hunt.  This was Malachi’s first ever egg hunt.  (Last year we decided a nap was more important!)  So, that made it extra special.

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Unfortunately, little Malachi’s nap did not allow him to join us for egg decorating.  (Thankfully, he didn’t mind!)

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We also watched “Frozen,” before going out to dinner.  (Ok, perhaps Daniel and I slept through most of it since we had to stay up to see both the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy visit the night before!)

And, last up is a simple Easter craft we did the day before:

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Hope you had a blessed Easter.

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