A little Easter cheer
We had a very low key Easter celebration.
No egg hunts or Easter bunnies here.
We simply headed to church, as we usually do...just earlier in case of the extra crowd.
Then we came home and I
forced asked the kids if I could snap a few photos of them.
The obliged. Kind of.
Apparently, despite the shade, they complained it was too bright.
And consequently got a little grumpy when I wanted "one last photo".
Before things started downhill, though, I managed a few fun shots.
Madeline practiced blowing kisses for her upcoming recital.
The kids gave me their "Victory over the grave" pose. Can I get an AMEN?
A chuckle here and there.
A little bit of love.
And a few laughs...this because Daddy was pretending to eat Madeline's lollipop.
This was just before the lollipop.
And that was about all they could handle.
We skyped with Bammy, Auntie Michele and Lydia, which was so much fun.
The kids swam in the pool, while mommy and daddy relaxed.
And that was it. Pretty low key. Which is what we needed around here.
I'm still having a hard time excepting how Gina is doing. But the one thing that gives me peace is that Jesus' victory over the grave gives her a wonderful resting place when He decides to call her home.
Hope you all had a wonderful Easter!