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Monday, April 21, 2014

Resurrection Day 2014

I know I've been really blog-lazy lately, but I had to post our Easter pictures.  I've been faithfully documenting Easter since 2008 and this year wasn't going to be any different!

We started off by dying eggs the day before.  We couldn't resist and bumped up our number from 4 dozen to 5 dozen this year!  I love having enough eggs so everyone can dye (and later find!) to their hearts' content.  Go big or go home, right ? :)





Easter day dawn warm and beautiful.  I couldn't have hand-picked a more beautiful day to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord.  The kids were mostly cooperative-ish.  Well, 4 out of 5, anyway.  I'll let you guess who the naughty-pants was :P 

Daddy-Fischer Selfie

Ezra Emil

Oh, how I love that big ol' mis-matched-teeth grade-schooler grin

2 outta 3 brothers ain't bad

Fischer was all dappered-out for the occasion


Fischy is all about showing his tongue right now.  I'm pretty sure sticking out his mini-tongue in response to ours is his very first intentional trick.

Oh, how I love this sweet, happy little man!

Georgia was cooperative...I dare say it was an Easter miracle!

 Love this pretty girl!

So glad she's sloooowly starting to get over-ish her awkward poses.  At least she's not giving herself a double chin, right?

This is the face I got in response to me asking her to smile "for real"

I'm pretty sure this is one of my favorite pictures of the day.
so. beautiful.

Oh, such lovely girls!

and now for the hooligan...

Oh, he was sooo mad at us for making him take pictures.
Let's take a moment to appreciate the rock in his hand...he threw it at my head soon afterwards.

Luckily (or unluckily?) that pouty anger soon turned into pure naughtiness, chock full of mischievous grins.

there were some of these...

and these...
thank heavens for the rare smiley picture!

mixed in with a heck of a lot of this...
he's hiding behind me so I can't take a picture of him

and this...
why yes, we do have small feral humans living in our bushes.
thanks for asking.

Next we moved onto a group shot attempt.
and the fun didn't stop...






Maybe if I splice them all together I can actually get one where they're all looking at me and smiling and not flashing anyone their panies.

but maybe not.

Really, though, I am so blessed.  I have 5 beautiful babies that make me smile every. single. day.
but also yell.  there is a lot of daily yelling.

Regardless of rampant naughtiness, missing hard-boiled eggs that are currently hiding somewhere in my house, and sugar-fueled tantrums, I gotta say it was a good day.  Maybe even one of my favorite.


Happy Resurrection Day, Friends!

2 comments:

holyoak said...

Holy smokes Whitney! You really wrote a perfect blog. I love it; love it! I just can't help but empathize with little Oak. I am afraid he may be the second coming of Reed... which leads me to the next question. I wonder how many Primary teachers will ask to be released right before his class is coming in...?

Aubrey said...

Aww - I love your family. And little Fisher, he's so dag-gone cute! And Oak reminds me a lot of Lillian. And Samuel. Hmmm. We are going to have some great fun this summer! Haha. Seriously though I love the pictures and your diligence in Easter egg dying, we didn't even get to it this year. You have a gorgeous family.

P.S. I especially love the picture of Oak hiding behind your back, it's just so you. You look great my dear.