Easter Recap

Like most of the holidays, Easter came and went in what seemed to be the blink of an eye. It could be that the week of Easter was a crazy week with an unexpected hospital stay for my mom. Good news is she is home. Bad news (if we should even call it that) we don't know what the cause of the chest pains are that landed in the hospital for the week. Despite the crazy week, Easter was a hit. We hosted a brunch at my house. We were 18 with the kiddos, so it was a manageable crowd. It's always fun watching the kids hunt for the eggs. The kids range in ages from 9 years to 5 months. We actually tried practicing hunting for eggs during the week with P and despite our efforts, we got the same result as the week before at the preschool egg hunt. It was quite funny to watch. He was walking around saying, "ball" and kicking at the eggs or picking them up and throwing them. With a little assistance, he managed to get a few in his basket, only to dump them all out. Quite a show to watch, my lil guy.

The Mister loves brunch, I mean who doesn't? Brunch is also easy and fun. I will say, I have it pretty easy as the host. Everyone pitches in and brings a dish. This year's menu included : (appetizers) veggie bunny, sweet onion and cream cheese spread, (main spread) a french toast casserole, an egg and sausage casserole, bagels and cream cheese, fresh fruit, honey baked ham, turkey breast and string beans, (dessert) dutch apple pie, chick cup cakes and homemade carrot cake, Oh My! I am full just thinking about it all.

Check out the pictures from our Easter:


















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