Friday, April 13, 2012

Easter Sunday with Family

I'm a little late with the Easter pictures from this weekend, but we had a wonderful family weekend together!
Saturday was our Easter Egg Hunt at the church, and Sunday Hubby was off work to join us for church, lunch, and an afternoon of relaxing!

Turns out, Gray is a beast when it comes to egg hunting. This kid can spot them, and HAS to get them. Once she found them all, all we heard was "MORE!!!"

Fortunately the church picked a few easy spots for the younger ones, and sent the older kids to find the harder spots.

She racked up pretty quick.

Yes...we hide eggs in the graveyard. Our church is in the middle of three cow pastures so we have to utilize what we can. I would personally love to have giggling babies having fun near my final resting's the most beautiful sound in the world.

No good church event ends without food...and lots of sugar. The other kids patiently decorated their cupcakes...mine just ate hers.

That face melts my heart into a puddle of goo.

My two favorite women...Gray and her Nana (Mama!!)

She learned to shake the eggs to see if something was inside.

She loves her Morgan Dress, but I think she loves her matching hat like Daddy's more.

She's one lucky little girl.

Easter Sunday, she got to wear her Lily Pulitzer dress finally! A friend bought it for her birthday, and it now fits. And of course, being southern and MY child...she also wore her pearls and bow.

Someone please caption this picture!!!
I want to think she's saying "I will stone you evil villain!!"
Not quite sure who she's yelling at....

So sweet and innocent.

We managed to take a picture of 4 generations...with both grandmothers!

We are so blessed to have all of our family so close to spend every holiday/Sunday/whatever day with them!


  1. I just love that Lily Pulitzer dress. So cute :-)

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    1. Thanks for your concern "Dee". Hubby's mother chose not to be part of our family a long time ago. This photo includes both of MY grandmothers (hence, 4 generations) and MY mother.


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