On Saturday we let the kids have their Easter baskets and hunt for eggs. Two reasons for this really:
1. With Justin working at a church on Easter, it makes it hard to squeeze this in when we need to be somewhere early. We are not morning people.
2. Then I'm done with it. And the kids can munch on candy and play with whatever they got for Easter the whole day on Saturday.
(I love how Jaxson is wearing his wrestling belt here!)
And then it was time to hunt for eggs!
I realized I didn't get much pictures of the kids getting eggs. I think it is because they are so fast now. Julie still needs a little help, but Jax was off and running to collect as many eggs and he could.
Which is the main reason why we made the rule that Julie gets the pink and purple eggs and Jax gets the blue and green eggs. Then every body gets the same amount of eggs. Unless you can't find them all. Which in our case, we are missing about three that were filled with chocolate. And it's been 80 degrees out. Oops!
After all that running around, we had the kids play outside all day with their new sidewalk chalk and bubble toys.
On Sunday, we got up and got ready for church! Today we planned on being at both campus'-the church plant and inner city campus. Both were great services-it was great to see people getting baptized! Funny story at at the inner city campus. In the middle of the service the pastor went up to baptistry to get ready for the baptisms. He changed into a white robe. After church Jax asked us why the pastor was trying to look like Jesus. I had a good laugh at that. Jesus does wear a white robe in a lot of children's Bibles.
(Here's proof that the kids do actually like each other!)
After church, we headed to Justin's parents house to eat lunch with family and do another egg hunt. All the cousins were prepping for this event by using rocks and water cans to practicing hunting down eggs! It's amazing what their imaginations come up with! It must of paid off because they all found lots of eggs when it came time to find them!
We had a great Easter weekend.
Christ has risen! He has risen indeed!