Even though Baisden clearly cannot participate in an Easter egg hunt quite yet, I was thrilled to have a child to take to the Ashford Park festivities. Ashford Park is so family oriented so it's fun to be able to be a part of that. Now we aren't the creepy couple without a kid going trick or treating, haha!
B pretty much slept through the whole thing, including her first picture with the Easter bunny. They had a professional photographer there and I am anxiously awaiting a digital copy of the picture. I couldn't snap one with my own camera because other kids were waiting in line. I think the Easter bunny was happy to give my child back after B briefly awakened and tried to nurse her. Oops, she does not discriminate!
A crazy number of kids participated in the hunt! They had two egg hunts...one for ages 1-3 and then another for the "older" kids. Maybe B will be running around with the 1 year old's next year! A bouncy house, candy, bagels and coffee...heaven for the little AND big ones.
On Sunday, one of our friends had an Easter brunch which was so much fun. Baisden got a playdate with David (10 days older than B) and Avery (she and B share a birthday!). It was so fun to see them together. Both David and Avery's mamas have 2 little ones and I was just in awe of how gracefully they handled being pulled in two different directions. Phew, and I thought having one was tough!
Attempt at a family picture.
Take two was much more successful once a bottle was introduced. Sometimes we cannot be picture perfect!
We felt very blessed this Easter!