Easter Sunday felt long, in a good way – waking up at 5:30 for sunrise service and breakfast at church, going back to Q’s parents for a quick nap, and spending the day hanging out and preparing a big family Easter dinner.
Photos above: us girls searched through his grandma’s stash of amazing vintage fabrics (I picked out some plaids & florals); his mom gave us a sweet Easter tin; we took family photos out by the pond; the nephews had a late afternoon egg hunt; his sister Kir made cake pops*. Feeling very thankful for all the good things this weekend.
*The cake pops were really fun for the kids and fairly simple to make: crumble up a baked cake and mix it with frosting in a bowl. Form into balls and place in freezer/fridge until firm. When ready, poke baking sticks into each one, and coat with white chocolate (dye the chocolate with fun colors, like pink or blue). Add sprinkles & enjoy. (Thanks Kir for the photo!).