Easter 2017

We had a super low-key Easter weekend. Complete with a fish fry Friday night and toddler playtime.

The kiddies loved the homemade pops! We love our Nuby Frozen Pop Tray.

We had final layout design meeting with our contractor on Saturday. Excited to share layouts soon. We spent the rest of Saturday outside - on the playground, hunting eggs and on a long walk around town.

I made a delicious Apple Broccoli Salad for dinner Saturday night and Easter brunch.
Sunday we woke early to Miss Annalee. Who - when she realized it was Easter Sunday and the bunny had come to see her, got super nervous and hid in the hallway until we had to drag her out. She then proceeded to cling to Jesse's neck for a solid 15 minutes hiding her face - smiling- but acting like she was scared. It was precious... but also too funny. Daddy certainly didn't mind the early morning snuggles.
Annalee's goodies from the bunny... and friends. 

We opened Easter baskets and enjoyed a delicious casserole and biscuits for breakfast, before getting dressed for mass. We made it to mass early and were able to snag a seat in the balcony. Thank goodness for this momma's feet - standing for a solid hour would have been tough.

Annalee wore her Easter bonnet almost the whole service and even after mass for a little egg hunt in the backyard.

We soon retired indoors for our second brunch of the day and afternoon naps. After nap time we enjoyed a little Easter lunch - ham and rolls with broccoli salad and fruit. And then, Annalee discovered the pool from GranDe and we had to "suit up" and check it out.
She played and played and played, until a little rain shower sent us indoors.We decided to take a stab at dying Easter eggs. Y'all, let me just say that dying eggs with a pretty over-tired 1 year old is not for the faint of heart. HA! We dyed 6 eggs and called it a day. It was just enough to get a couple pics and not give daddy a heart attack.

Did I mention her awesome basketball goal from Gramma??  
We enjoyed a little porch sitting after bedtime for Annalee and then threw together a nice little Easter dinner... ham, honey-balsamic glazed carrots w feta, and roasted new potatoes. Not too shabby for an un-planned Easter dinner.

It was a perfect day spent here at Moore street. Soaking up the time we have left to enjoy our little bungalow as a family of three. :)

Happy Easter friends!!

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