Spring is here! (And we’ve had the pollen to prove it.) Our Holy Week was jam-packed with activity. Hannah had a field trip to the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon. Joseph and I followed the bus and enjoyed tagging along.
She enlisted Joseph as her official helper and he was thrilled!
The egg hunt took about 5 minutes and then we were back in the classroom watching the kids happily stuff their faces with cheese puffs, cookies and cupcakes.
Joseph’s party was on Friday. I have a problem with parties on Good Friday, but nobody asked me. It was, however, a beautiful day, and Joseph had a fun time. Just look at all these eggs, ready to be snatched up by eager preschoolers!
Joseph was more into it this year. (And Hannah certainly was – stay out of her way!) He did a pretty good job filling his basket. Joe’s basket, actually. You see, I ordered the kids Pottery Barn Kids baskets when they were born but did not realize how huge they were. This was the first year they carried them on Easter Sunday. Hannah used hers for her school hunt, but you see how she and Joseph both held it! We went with Daddy’s smaller one for Joseph’s school hunt (also from PBK but a long time ago). Speaking of Daddy…
I adore my boys. Joseph also stood still long enough for me to get a picture with his BFF, Weston.
…Sweet Easter aprons courtesy of Meme, of course. We also made bunny cakes. Instead of our traditional large bunny cake, we used different size bunny-shaped cookie cutters to make smaller ones so the kids could decorate them however they liked.
Then we went over to hunt eggs and play with dear friends. Hannah loved seeing Elizabeth and Jane, and their cousin Gena.