We went over to Mimi and Grandpa's house on Easter morning. It was a riot to watch the kids find the "hidden" eggs on their easter egg hunt! It was even more awesome to see Gunnar's crazy bed head-- check out his rockin' hair in the picture below! Makes me laugh!
Getting ready for breakfast
I am still full just thinking about that breakfast-- no joke! It was so worth it though!
Getting ready to start the easter egg hunt
Hudson was happy with his one little egg. That was all he needed. Doesn't take much to satisfy a one year old!
A. Dor. Able.
Parker shook every single one of his eggs to make sure they were filled with candy and traded all of his jelly beans for chocolate with his Aunt Lindsay-- he doesn't like jelly beans! Who knew?!
Holidays are so fun with kids. But the best part of the day was going to church and reflecting on the Savior and His life. I am so grateful to know that He already atoned for each and every one of us and we just have to be willing to accept Him and repent every day, one day at a time. I make mistakes and mess up all the time, but I'm so grateful for His grace, love, mercy and forgiveness. What a comfort to know that He lives and will come again. I hope that you all enjoyed your Easter!