Wordless Wednesday: Easter 2012

Easter. Yay! Spencer summed up what he learned in preschool thusly:  Jesus is alive, but he died and fell out of a cave.Not too bad, kiddo. Not too bad.

We started out by setting out some grass for the easter bunny. I would love to take credit for this, but he brought it home from preschool. It balances the flowered cross crafts.

 Mr E. Bunny wasn’t able to come until the afternoon so we passed the time Bowling for Bunnies

And then we went to his Grandma’s for brunch. My husband was working, but was able to stop by for his lunch hour, which was awesome. The easter bunny had already been to grandma’s and Spencer hunted for some eggs and got a giant chocolate bunny.

He decided just to eat the ears for now. After brunch he took a little nap, which is a rare occurance these days and then the easter bunny conviently came while he was sleeping and his dad got home from work.

Fun times were had by all. I do love an egg hunt and I must say, filling and hiding them is almost as much fun as hunting them. Spencer shook each egg next to his ear as he found it. So cute. Do all kids do that?

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19 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday: Easter 2012”

  1. alicia says:

    Love that Jesus fell out of a cave… lol. That’s great! Happy WW!

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  2. AHH what an awesome Easter! We don’t celebrate Easter itself (in a religious sense) but all we managed to do was small Easter baskets and lots of candy lol.

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  3. kewkew says:

    Looks and sounds like a great time. Love his take on the Resurrection story. Cute.

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  4. Audrey says:

    I wanna hear about that giant orange rabbit.

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  5. Dagmar says:

    He is so adorable!

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  6. Brandi says:

    He is sooo cute! Looks like a pretty great Easter :)

    Brandi
    http://www.yeewittlethings.blogspot.ca
    WW w/LINKY

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  7. I see that your boy sure had a blast on the Easter egg hunt, eh? He IS cute. His smile can melt anyone’s heart.

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  8. Chocolate Easter bunny … what Easter would be complete without it!

    My middle son (nearly 3) is also at that stage where naps are occurring, but not as regularly as they used to … and when they do it’s a bit of a struggle. That in-between is hard!

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  9. I love that Jesus fell out of a cave. Looks like a good time!

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  10. Dave Keller says:

    What a great way to spend Easter!

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  11. amber says:

    That looks like one yummy chocolate bunny.

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  12. Erika says:

    LOL, what a cutey! I always go for the ears first too :)

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  13. What a fun Easter egg hunt!

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  14. Such cute pictures!! Loving his description of what happened on Easter. Fell out of a cave… rose from the dead, it’s one and the same :)

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  15. Kelly-Marie says:

    New follower here sweetie, great Easter pics !

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  16. rachel says:

    who knew Easter was going to be all about the bowling this year? ; )

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  17. Erin says:

    What a wonderful Easter! I just love Spencer’s description of the holiday! Smart kiddo you’ve got there :)

    New to your blog and am loving it so far…happy Wednesday!

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  18. Emily Y. says:

    HA! The vision of Jesus just falling out of a cave made me laugh out loud! I love the things kids say!

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  19. Tiffany says:

    Looks like a fun Easter, and you made me laugh! Kids say such funny things.

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