Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Ten on Tuesday (Easter Edition)

1. Our morning started with Kelsea peeking out our bedroom window looking for the Easter Bunny.  I am sure she was relieved that he was not there since she is still frightened of that giant human size bunny you find at the mall.

2. We then headed downstairs to find that the Easter Bunny had left his first clue, "Sit on your knees and look beneath, where your baby sister falls asleep" in an egg by her bed.  Not bad for starting this at 9:00 at night, (if I may say so myself).
3. Kelsea continued to find 4 more eggs, which lead the girls to their baskets (in our bathtub).  And she was very excited to see Miss Alice in her basket.  Lorelei still had no idea what the excitement was about (maybe next year).
4. But they did seem pretty pleased with their goodies.  Good job bunny rabbit!  
5. We some how managed to get dressed and out of the house in time for morning mass.  We almost made it through the entire ceremony, until Lorelei had a meltdown after communion.

6. Lorelei came home and took a long nap, while Kelsea watched her new movie (for a total of 3.5 times that day).  I guess we all have our own way of celebrating His resurrection!

7. Before heading to my parents house for dinner (and more egg hunting) I attempted to get a picture of the girls in their matching dresses.  Kelsea did her best to help...
 But instead of happy, smiling faces, I got a lot of these
9. So Plan B was put into action, some of just Lorelei
and a few of Kelsea practicing her model poses
10. And then it was time to hunt for more eggs and consume more chocolate at Grandma & Grandpa's house, since clearly we had not done enough of that already.
Luckily Uncle Steve was there to help Lorelei find one egg
Which kept her entertained while Kelsea found the rest 
This is the face of Lorelei eating her first piece of chocolate.  Not quite sure it's a winner yet.
And Kelsea showing off her winnings 
And we ended the day with both kids falling asleep on the ride home (and staying asleep while we put them in bed--SCORE)!  I was somewhat concerned that Kelsea had fallen into a sugar coma, but found out it wasn't so when she crawled into our bed to snuggle later that night (whew!)  
Hope you all had a lovely Easter weekend-we sure did!