Easter twenty fourteen was surprisingly low key! I think this was because we were only able to go to one family celebration and didn't go to church until 5 pm. That left our morning wide open and we had more time on our hands than we knew what to do with.
I sort of outed the Easter Bunny this year. That morning, Reagan was commenting on how hard the eggs were to find and I simply agreed by saying "yeah, Daddy really hid the eggs good!" ..... "wait, daddy?" I quickly corrected with, "I mean EASTER BUNNY!" The thing is, Reagan is the type who will never admit that he doesn't believe because then the potential for receiving gifts might stop. Aaaanyyyways, the Easter bunny jumped mighty high and hid this sword that Reagan has been begging/literally praying for forever. So beginning at that point (Easter morning) and currently continuing (present day) is an ongoing sword fight with air.
We spent the afternoon at Zach's Grandma Darlene's; eating food, hunting eggs and having an egg toss. The weather was gorgeous!
Reagan's cousin Roma brought a cousin (far left) from the other side of his family, Pedro. I would tell you how many times we had to keep telling Reagan to stop calling him "her" or "she" but you wouldn't believe me.
My dad met up with us at church later than night and then headed back to our place for dessert afterwards. Such a good way to end a beautiful day!