At 9:00am I couldn’t delay them any longer. Lucas was so excited about his basket he about crawled out of his skin waiting for his brothers to come downstairs.
You know your daughter is approaching her teen years when she takes the time to curl her hair before Easter baskets.
And curl her sister’s.
What kid doesn’t love Angry Birds?
Not so awake yet…
Olivia loved that her Angry Bird had glasses just like her!
Olivia is still missing two eggs.
We colored eggs after the fact.
And then I put down the camera as there was a ham to cook, potatoes to mash and deviled eggs to assemble (which Emily did all on her own). I wish I would have remembered to take photos of the rest of the day. Andrew came with Bethany and Kevin with his girlfriend all for dinner. Devon and Jordan came by later. We had a fire and roasted marshmallows. It was a relaxing day.
Then there’s Monday.
Went to high school classes for awhile, signed papers, dealt with a hostile kid, drove to town four times, bought Elijah shoes, Olivia had Girl Scouts, there was baseball practice, homework, animals, bath time.
Today I get the pleasure (insert snarkiest face possible) of having a home inspection by a probation officer, I have a kid who didn’t go to school therefore can’t go to practice, I will spend all day cleaning just so I can be judged by the construction disaster we call home.
I will die still explaining how we are remodeling.
My attitude sucks.