The kids traditionally wait at the top of the stairs on holidays and birthdays so that we can can digitally preserve the moment when they see whatever is waiting for them downstairs. Nine times out of ten, the camera malfunctions, and they have to sit on the top step for a long time. They think this is normal.
After they check out what E.B. left in their baskets on the table, they head outside to look for the eggs he hid while they were sleeping. I’m very meticulous about filling and hiding eggs. Unfortunately, I’ve been on my death-bed, so I was just happy to see that the bunny showed-up. The kids barely noticed the discrepancies.
Thank goodness I purchased their coordinating pajamas before being struck with the plague. Mr. Incredible didn’t see the necessity, but even he can’t deny that kids in striped jammies, wearing rain boots, and hunting for eggs are adorable.
#2 chose to accessorize her look with a pink robe, bow, and leg warmers. She missed half the hunt because she must have decided the leg warmers were too much and spent most of the time removing them. It didn’t matter how many eggs she got, as long as she looked good doing it.
I have no idea what #3 was doing. He’d already consumed a lot of chocolate at this point. Getting a decent picture of three kids is nearly impossible. Keep that in mind if you are debating on a third. I’m not saying don’t, just take a lot of cute pictures of the two you already have before you do it.
Speaking of cute pictures, sorry there are none of the kids dressed up and heading to church. Because of the plague, we stayed home. Next weekend I’ll unveil the Easter outfits. Happy Easter!