Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Easter Part 2

 Easter morning I woke up at 6:30 to Westin on the monitor saying, "Mommy, did the Easter bunny come?!"  He was so excited to see if the basket he had set out the night before was filled with toys and candy.
 That boy loves Cars so he got two new ones to add to his collection.
 He wanted to wake Reagan up so bad to show her her basket!  He was trying to help her put on her new sunglasses.  Yikes! Haha!
 We did NOT have a cooperative three year old for pictures Sunday morning.  :)  But Reagan is always smiling.

 That was seriously the best sibling shot we got.  Ha!


 Reagan has really taken off walking!  She preferred walking in her dress because it was almost impossible to crawl in it.
 Again, Westin would not get in any pictures with us.  He was too busy playing with his new cars.
 After a wonderful church service we headed over to Jason and Katie's for lunch.

 These boys are pure sweetness and pure trouble.
 More pictures of Reagan walking.

At one point we looked over to see Zach pick up Reagan and put her on the plasmacar.  Haha!  She loved it!

We had such a great time celebrating Jesus and the fact that he conquered the grave!  I hope you had a wonderful Easter too!

Both kiddos are sleeping and I'm off to sew!

5 comments:

toko baju muslim said...

Looks really nice your post! :-)love the first pic, thanks for sharing!

Jodi said...

Love R's dress. Did you make it? I hate when kids go through the stage of not wanting to be in pics. Both of my nieces (4 and 5) love it so that is good. They just always want to see the pic after but that is fine w/ me as long as they cooperate!! :)

Christy said...

Look at Miss Reagan WALKING!!! Oh my goodness, she is growing up way to fast, Shannon! I love the sibiling picture because it's real. Reagan's dress was precious.

Katie said...

You said it...pure sweetness AND pure trouble! We are in for it.

Katie Bishop said...

Beautiful pictures. Question - I adore the quilt in Reagan's room and would love to pin it for a future nursery (never to soon to plan for these things, right?). Where is it from?