Since we currently live 1.5 miles away from wal-mart and not 48.6 miles away like in Watford, the kids and I have spent a lot of time there. Not always buying things, but just walking around because they forbid it in the shanty town next door. It's interesting because I hate wal-mart. Seriously...but that's a whole other story. Anyway, on one of our perusings at wal-mart last month I saw this cute little wicker-ish fedora in baby Jack's size. I put it on him and he looked so cute. Immediately I knew we needed it for Easter and since Jack was getting a hat, Loreli needed one too! I haven't taken any good shots of the kids in their Easter clothes because I was hoping to find some pretty green grass somewhere, but alas we are in Wyoming and green grass doesn't exist. Or at least I haven't found any yet.
Here are their Easter outfits:
|I really wanted to make Jack some aqua suspenders, but this town doesn't sell suspender clips. Boo!|
|He loved taking the hat off and trying to put it back on. He's so cute!|
Loreli was so excited about her hat and wore it almost all day Saturday. She insisted on wearing the bow in the front.
On Easter Sunday we decorated a few sugar cookies...meaning Loreli dumped sprinkles on cookies.
This one is for you Kristen.
Shea had to work on Easter Sunday so we waited until Monday morning to do a little egg hunt. Although they are groggy, they loved their surprises. It didn't take long for them to warm up and get excited.
|Loreli picked these out...bad, huh?|
Loreli began to search for eggs and realized that Jack didn't have any in his bucket, so grabbed his bucket and found some for him. Such a sweet big sister!
|Love this boy!|
Earlier in the week I made a set of resurrection eggs and on Easter Sunday we went through and opened them and read the corresponding scriptures. This is a little tradition we have had in the Dunaway family for years and a great way to pause and take a moment to reflect on the life of the Savior and why we celebrate Easter.
We hope everyone had a good Easter!!