It started out with some awesome castle building with blocks.
Can you see Mia's mad castle building skills?
We then hit up the bowling alley. Annie and Claire were great partners.
Ohhhh....the fun and excitement is oooozzzzing out of Libbie and Mia.
Do you see that crusty on Molly's face...she gets that from her Mom (love you Honey!).
Sunday came and it was time to show off the cuteness of the girls in the dresses Grandma Jill hooked them up with. Annie is looking marvelous!
Do you see all of these beautiful girls? Lucky for us, it was also during Stacy's visit she got the call she was accepted to adopt a baby boy...so finally, we were able to add some manhood to this lot. Not that we don't love girls..."Girls are Great..." as they always say, and I mean it.
They can also be a little crazy....
Our Annie has turned into quite the artist. Pretty detailed person for a 2.5 year old. Am I right?
Just a cute picture of Annie.
St. Patrick's day is always a fun day in our house. Green food galore. Also, this year, Hannah made some nice traditional Irish food such as Irish Soda Bread. I think it's traditional. It has the word Irish in it...
Notice the green leprechaun foot steps. Those little guys are naughty and they always make a mess.
Then BAM!!!! Just like that, it was Easter. We headed up North to visit the family in Dayton and Tremonton. Here we are making some crazy eggs.
Here is the final product....probably the funnest eggs I have ever made. Crazy hair...eyes...legs...and hands...
Here is Annie at one of a few Easter egg hunts she had that weekend. It was cold Saturday morning so we were lame and had an indoor Easter Egg hunt.
We then made it to Grandma Jill's. Yep, the Easter bunny even found them in Tremonton.
Easter Egg Hunt Part 2. Aunt Stacy did a bang up job here....Money, cool animals....lots of Candy.
Anyway, we had a lot of fun with family over the past couple of months. We can't get enough of those cousins, aunts, uncles and grandparents.