Blythe wanted to play in the garage, but the dirty garage is not very conducive to a crawling baby. Luckily the weather was nice so I just opened the back door and let Blythe play in the garage while Maddie and I took care of things in the kitchen. Before long she had come up with a new fashion; wearing Dada's socks as leg warmers! How in the heck she got those socks on her feet and then squeezed the much too big and very bulky socks back into her shoes I have NO idea, but she was mighty proud and wasn't even ready to take them off for bath and bed time.
Our Easter Festivities started on Good Friday with an Easter potluck play date. I volunteered to provide the mom's meal so I made bow-tie pasta with alfredo sauce and everyone had a choice between chicken and salmon for those who observe no meat Friday's. The kiddo's had awesome bunny sandwiches, among other things.
And of course our play date wouldn't be complete without some swinging and jumping!
Stylish apron made possible by Grandma Behrens!
Our little cutie sitting on the front porch putting BAB's paci in and out of her mouth. [if you don't know who BAB is or what BAB stands for you haven't spend enough time around our little one, so come visit!]
Apparently I looked really funny perched up on the edge of the bar stool with my big 'ol belly and Do-Rag or Doo-Rag (google told me both spellings and since I am not quite that gangster I don't know which one I should use).
After sitting still for an hour + at Mass Blythe wasn't too interested in sitting for pictures, but the men wanted to get our of their suits ASAP, which was understandable.
Blythe was however happy as pie to sift through her Easter basket. And the panties the Easter bunny brought her...wells he wanted to wear every single pair!
O.K. enough of this frilly stuff its time for the Egg hunt!
Our neighbors across the street have chicken's and they had just gotten some baby chick's so the kiddo's got to play/pet the chick's. The kids didn't seem to enjoy them as much as Lauren!