I am so behind on blogging! And now I am going to blog out of order to catch up! lol. This past week my father-in-law was hospitalized due to a fall and so most of the week, we were out of pocket! Between Lily's spring break and trying to be in Murfreesboro to be close if needed for my in-laws, there was no time for blogging! Thankfully my father-in-law is doing better and hopefully headed to rehab today or tomorrow and we are back home and I am back to blogging! As I type Ava Grace is starting to stir and she's going to be hungry so this'll be a quick one! Just wanted to share some pictures from Easter!
Every year we go to my Aunt's house in Chattanooga for Easter. She has a HUGE deck with several outdoor tables and umbrellas, it's the perfect setting for an outdoor Easter celebration with family and friends!
Her deck is surrounded by trees! The weather was perfect to spend the day outside! And guess what? My sister and brother-in-law got to come in town! They just happened to be passing through Easter weekend and had time to stop and stay a night and to enjoy Sunday with family! I was SO excited that they got to stay!!!!
I always love Easter because it's right in the heart of spring! Everyone is dressed in spring colors and the kids are excited about hunting eggs, and of course the meaning of the day is the most special of all!
This might be the first "family" picture that has been taken in which we are ALL rested, showered, refreshed, and dressed for a picture! lol. We are sun splashed in the this picture, but I still like it! :-) I have never been happier and I love our sweet family of four!
I have two Daddy's girls, that's for sure!
Above is a picture of my brother, Ken, helping his "baby" Kenslee find Easter eggs!
And this one is of Lily hunting eggs!
Finally, Bentlee got to hold Ava Grace! Last time we were in town she and Lily were so busy playing that she forgot to hold her! She was so disappointed after we left and she realized she didn't even hold Ava Grace, so we make up for it this visit! :-)
I know one thing - we have a family full of girly girls... and we love it! :-)