Somehow the men ended up doing all the egg decorating. Keith is thrilled that the egg paints he used as a kid are still available.
Colter said the face needed a mustache.
Then we filled the Easter baskets with grass and set some carrots out for the Easter bunny. I had to buy two baskets this year even though Colter already had one because I would go crazy for the rest of their childhoods if Colter and Elliott and different styles and sizes of baskets.
The Easter bunny came! A few sweet treats, but mostly books and puzzles.
Elliott got some interesting flavors of baby food (rutabaga, anyone?) and some puffs. And apparently, not enough sleep. Or is that the face of disappointment when you get healthy food in your Easter basket?
Also, a funky monster doll. That Easter bunny is so crafty!
He also delivered a teeny tiny bear friend for Colter, who sleeps in an Altoids tin and is named Eric Carle (so says the toddler).
Snuggles were in abundant supply with great-grandparents, cousins, and uncles around.
And the sweetness continued when we got to see Keith's parents a few days later and they brought a chocolate bunny for Colter.
Ears first, of course!
He was so thrilled with his bunny and would have eaten it all in one sitting if mean old mom hadn't made him stop.
Thanks for a lovely holiday everyone!