Spring break is over. It was nice to forget about packing lunches, getting kids out the door every morning or picking them up at a certain time. Lazy mornings and even lazier afternoons. Makes me excited for summer.
Easter morning began with Lennon slamming our door open at 3:46 am screaming, "LARRY THREW UP! LARRY THREW UP!" We both flew out of bed as Lennon (loudly) recalled the event...blow by blow. Larry definitely wasn't feeling well on Saturday and had a low grade fever that afternoon. So even though I'd ironed (???!!!) everyone's church clothes on Saturday and had everything laid out and organized, only Lennon and I attended church Easter Sunday. Getting one other person ready for church is soooooo easy. So while I've enjoyed everyone's nice family Easter portraits, here is ours:
Plus pictures the boys drew for the Easter Bunny to enjoy during his visit:
Can you guess which helicopter is Tod's and which one is Lennon's?
Finally...all the Easter candy out and available. I think I ate most of that bunny's head.
Dad and Ruby at the park Saturday before Larry got sick. Last Easter Sunday we brought her home from the hospital. I was so excited to be home that I climbed onto the trampoline (that I hadn't been able to enjoy pregnant) and took one big jump...while that was a huge mistake I was still glad to be home. My little chick turns one on Saturday. Unreal.
Happy Easter. Goodbye Spring Break. And day seven -- no yelling.
Oh and p.s. Tod made an announcement this weekend:
"I fall asleep on my way to work almost everyday."
Watch out for a '99 black 4-Runner on the US 95 heading south around 9 am daily.