We headed to home on Saturday. We were with my parents on Saturday until after her nap. My mom has “rented” a bunny from some local people for a good number of years at Easter time. Although she was a little unsure, she would occasionally venture over to peer through the cage by herself once and awhile. She is getting really good at taking apart the velcro vegetables as well. She also loved pushing this little Pooh Bear all around the driveway. She couldn’t bear taking her eyes of that bear spinning circles in front of her.
We headed to Jeremy’s parents at that point. They graciously offered some grandparent time, so that we could go out for my birthday (late). We went to Rockne’s in Massillon and then to see The King’s Speech. That was at a theatre where we paid a total of $4.50 for BOTH tickets – awesome! :)
Sunday, we woke up for breakfast with Maynard and Gloria – omelets, sausage, and donuts. Madison went back down for her little morning nap. Then, we headed to Salem Mennonite for church. She was dressed in an outfit that coordinated with her cousins that she got for Christmas. The kids were super cute:
The Easter egg hunt for the little ones went well. She had been in training with the sitter last week, so she knew exactly what to do. Also, Landen is only 11-1/2 months old; so she had a few months on her competition:
After a super long nap (exhausted from the day’s activities) we headed to the Bricker gathering. She was loved on – being the only baby has its advantages! Grandma and Grandpa Yoh had an Easter basket all ready for her. And a singing bunny – it sings “who put the hop in the hoppity-hoppity-hop” and claps its ears together. Madison loved it – and we left the camera in the car :( On the long drive home (stupid traffic), she learned how to turn the bunny on and off. So funny … and a little annoying :) It was a great gift. It was good to reconnect with everyone there. Madison touched Great-Grandpa Bricker’s hand and said “nice” It was precious.
Well, that’s it. I am back at school; Jeremy is back at work; and Madison is back at the sitter’s. She learned how to climb up the little plastic slide today, and how to go down stairs this weekend. Yea! Have a great week.