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Wow, its Monday… .a full work week ahead and normally I would be down in the dumps about it but for some reason I’m feeling pretty upbeat!  I haven’t even had caffeine yet!

Rewind to last week… I had this long list of things that kept adding up that I felt I would never get to.  You know those future lists that tend to creep up on you?

post it All of those sound easy enough.. but I was feeling defeated and like I would never have time to do ANY of it!

So, today.. I feel pretty good because Dad’s Birthday was a success!  Easter stuff has been purchased and we are ready to decorate eggs this week!  The Easter Bunny is set!  I have a plan for Reese’s birthday and my wheels are turning.  So, my top 5 list has been reduced to just 2 left but those are still in the future.  I think sometimes writing out the list and plan helps! 

So, this will be our first year to decorate eggs.  I think this will be the first year that Ryan really gets it and that is so exciting!  Do people have traditions for Easter like they do for Thanksgiving and Christmas?  Probably a stupid question but its been a long time since I was a kid and like I said, this is our first year to really get into the whole idea! Please share your traditions!!

All that comes to mind from my childhood was getting a cool basket filled with all sorts of fun stuff like nail polish, candy and stuffed animals and then hunting for eggs that we decorated!

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2 comments:

Jessica said...

Yaaa for getting things crossed off your to do list!! Way to go!!

So what did you decide to do for Reese's birthday party?

When I was a kid we only did a few of the hard boiled eggs because my mom was the only one that ate them (I liked to peel them). We mainly did the plastic kind with candy. My uncles and their wives would come over and all the adults would hide the eggs outside and we had a HUGE yard. There was only usually 3 or 4 kids so it was awesome. One of the plastic eggs ALWAYS contained money. The adults would put whatever change they had in their pockets and maybe a few dollars in. One year it took us 3 days to find the money egg because the forgot where it was hidden! We don't do that anymore. :( When I have kids this will be a tradition of ours.

Heather said...

I am really looking forward to Easter so I can watch the kids find Easter eggs! I just hope the weather will be nice so we can hide the eggs in the yard.

 
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