Friday night, we took the Bambinos to see the Easter Bunny. Easter kind of snuck up on me and it wasn't until Thursday night that I realized we didn't have much time for the photo. Although I'm never impressed with the quality of the photo from our local mall, I always purchase the CD which is a bit better.
I anticipated that the boys would cry their heads off, but Lovebug stayed calm, but leery. Peanut, on the other hand, kept pointing at the Bunny's mouth. I thought it might be cute to purchase one of those photos but we weren't given the option.
Saturday, we had to have Easter because B had softball games all day on actual Easter (don't even get me started on that one.) We had B's mom and her boyfriend, and my mom over. But first, B ran up to his friend's car show real quick and I took the Bambinos outside to play.
They'd never actually played in the grass before as last year they were too young and we didn't have a great summer. Peanut wanted to walk so bad but our backyard is really uneven so the poor thing kept falling on his butt.
Lovebug was cute touching the grass, trying to figure out if he liked it or not.
|He's literally petting the grass|
When my mom came over, she brought the Bambinos a new car! Peanut isn't too interested yet, but Lovebug loves it. He loves cars. He was really hamming it up waving to all of us out the window. He's prefectly content not even going anywhere in it, but just playing with the steering wheel and trying to push the horn hard enough to make sound.
We made spaghetti for dinner as everyone in B's family (except him) are vegetarians. We thought it would be easy to make one sauce with meat and one without.
Sunday morning the Bambinos woke up to find the Easter Bunny had come.
How was your Easter? Did you follow traditions or have off the wall food like we did?