Easter Eggs

I hit up Aldi on my way home and loaded up with groceries. We were pretty low and have a lot going on the upcoming weekend so it was a big load. Heath and the kids got home right before me and they all helped carry in stuff from the truck.

Everyone was hungry and I got started on a quick dinner. While dinner was cooking I got 2 dozen eggs boiling also.

 IMG_4133

Heath tested Bean’s new Lyndseymade green owl sleep sack out while I was cooking.  IMG_4129

Dinner was ready and we got the kids busy first.

Then Heath and I joined them. It was a really Pumpkin friendly dinner, squash, boiled carrots & cabbage, pears, shells and white cheese with shrimp. She cleaned her plate and got seconds on most things. Peanut ate everything but the squash and Heath and I ate everything else up.

After dinner Heath went to get egg dye and things I didn’t find at Aldi and I got the kids showered and in pajamas and got the egg decorating setup ready. Then the kids got busy decorating.

 IMG_4142

We started out coloring on the eggs.

 IMG_4140

Heath came back and we started stamping and painting eggs.  IMG_4153

 IMG_4158

I think we all had a good time decorating all the eggs.

 IMG_4161

While Heath and the kids finished up, I got the dye ready and then Peanut helped me pick what eggs to put in each color.

 IMG_4165

The kids wanted to pull them out right away and were really excited. IMG_4171

Somehow we convinced them to leave them overnight. The girls got busy on reading books.

Peanut made his lunch for today and got his clothes ready. I got some laundry folded and Pumpkin’s clean blankets and sheets all ready in her tent. Then Pumpkin went to bed and Heath Peanut and Bean read for a bit while I folded more laundry.

Heath got Peanut in bed and helped me finish up the laundry and we watched tv/read for a bit before falling asleep.

 

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to Easter Eggs

  1. Lyndsey says:

    That’s one cute baby in a sleep sack right there! I might have to try knitting dresses next… 🙂

  2. Aunt Colleen says:

    The sleeper sack is the cutest and handiest thing ever! I think Lilly slept snuggly in it almost the entire afternoon, when I was there yesterday. Lynsdey, you may have to take order’s:)

Leave a Reply

Subscribe without commenting