Here's a re-cap of my week:
We met the kids at a fun doughnut shop in Westfield called "Quack Daddy Donuts". All their donuts are made to order right in front of you. You first pick your donut base, then add whatever toppings you want. I chose a vanilla donut with chocolate frosting covered in Reese' Pieces.
And here is Atticus' happy face covered in donut glaze and sprinkles!
Elisha has a lot of allergies so he isn't used to getting treats and he was a little perplexed as to what this sugary goodness even was. He got a gluten-free donut covered in cinnamon sugar.
Grandpa and Elisha getting reacquainted.
The weather was beautiful all weekend, so we definitely took advantage of it and spent a lot of time outside.
Easter morning we got up to go to church. This was my Easter outfit. I bought this dress from Amazon (see THIS POST HERE) last year to wear at Easter, and I never got to wear it for the holiday because it was too cold. I was happy I got to wear it this year.
It was nice to hear my daughter Ashley play and sing on worship team. She is the one at the keyboard.
The kids were so excited to open their Easter baskets!
They loved the fun bunny ears from Hobby Lobby.
And of course they enjoyed their handmade cards from me.
I think of all the gifts in the baskets, their favorite was this electronic guitar I picked up second hand at a thrift store. Kids this young have no idea if something is brand new or second hand, and they absolutely loved it! Thrift stores are a great place to find inexpensive toys and it's also great for our environment to reuse items rather than always buy something brand new.
Elisha went crazy for his freeze dried strawberries!
My loved ones all dressed up in their Easter finery.
Now it was time for the annual Easter Egg hunt. Last year it was so cold we had to do it inside, but this year we were able to have it outside. Elisha was not the least bit interested in hunting for Easter Eggs. He didn't understand the concept at all. 😂
But the two older grandkids sure had a lot of fun!
The next day we spent some time going to local parks. I needed to do a fashion photo shoot for "Ageless Style" so I took advantage of the warm weather and spring flowers in Indiana. You will see those photos on Thursday.
It's always sad to say goodbye, but we will see them very soon on Mother's Day!
I hope you all had a wonderful Easter weekend too! The warm weather is over for us, but we enjoyed it while it lasted. We're expecting a winter storm this Sunday night with 4-7 inches of snow...there go all my daffodils and I'm sure any perennials that popped up will get nipped by frost. Temperatures will have lows in the twenties. That's life in Wisconsin for ya! Now I need to go outside and cut a bouquet of daffodils before they are toast!
Have a Great Day! Amy
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