We ate a super fast breakfast of cinnamon rolls with fruit and got dressed for church. We were just a tad too early this year because the early service was not out yet. It was funny watching everyone trying to get it in at the same time. Carl found us a pew so that everyone could sit together - crowded but together nevertheless. Henry enjoyed his time in the nursery until it was time for communion. He obviously does not take communion but he receives a special blessing. I love to see my kids cross their little arms at the altar. Our choir did an outstanding job with the music and it was a wonderful service. After church, we stayed for the egg hunt. Evie and Henry were in different age groups this year so that was a bit tricky. I took Henry with me and everyone else went with Evie.
We came home for some quick pictures. I wish we had taken more at the church but at least we got some! Henry was over it by the time we got home and Carl had lost his bow tie as a result of a certain someone playing with it. All of this will be fun to remember. Henry will probably have his own bow tie next Easter.
I made a quick lunch nothing fancy! Carl and his Dad prepared the ham on Saturday so I just whipped up a few sides. We had potatoes au gratin, green beans, spinach with mandarin oranges, avocado and walnuts with poppyseed dressing and rolls. Dessert was a chocolate cake from Whole Foods that was reminiscent of a Pepperidge Farm layer cake and so yummy without all the chemicals.
I took a nap after lunch - all that food plus a busy few days caught up with me. It was a nice Easter and we really enjoyed sharing the holiday with Carl's parents.
Easter pictures are so fun to look at for me and I was thrilled to see so many happy families enjoying the special day.