|Ian loved climbing on the monster truck tires|
|There was a car show in the parking lot. Ian and Daddy spent a few minutes looking at them.|
Ian really enjoyed the carnival games this year, including the lollipop tree, the fishing game, and the duckie-in-the-pool game.
|looking at the bunnies|
After rest time, we started the egg-dyeing process. Ian wanted to help with every step along the way.
|The vinegar was a little stinky. :)|
|putting the color tabs into the vinegar-water|
|Of course, the actual dyeing process was most fun!|
|Ian was a big fan of coloring on the eggs with white crayon and then watching the picture "appear" after the egg was dyed.|
|Ryan got in on the fun once he woke up from his nap.|
|Look at my egg, Ma!|
On Sunday morning before church, the boys found their Easter egg baskets by the front door.
|Ian got Peeps, Reese's PB eggs, Hershey's kisses, a new ball, and a light spinner in his basket.|
|Ryan got a new ball, a light spinner, and some baby snacks (yogurt melts, Mum Mums, and Puffs) in his.|
|Thanks for the adorable new outfits for Easter, Grammy and Papa! I love it when the boys can match!|
|We had an Easter dinner of ham, potatoes, broccoli, pineapple, rolls, and chocolate cake-- just our little family. It was nice!|
|After rest time, Ian went out to find the hidden eggs.|
|Once again, he stopped to eat the jellybeans or fruit snacks (or gather the coins) in each egg before finding another one.|
What a fun Easter! Most importantly, we are thankful for what Easter means for all who follow Jesus -- the promise of resurrection and eternal life! What a privilege that we serve a God that has conquered sin, death, and the devil!