So, I’m sick again. The day after we got back from our trip I came down with some flu-like illness that totally knocked me on my butt. I suffered through that mess for a few days, only to emerge with another cold! Apparently my immune system decided to take an extended vacation. Anyway, I’ve been pretty miserable. But today is Easter and I was determined it would be a great day.
We started off with Easter baskets. My sweet mom still makes us all Easter baskets. I think she always will. I’m okay with that. And of course she and Ryan’s mom loaded up Wyatt’s with lots of goodies. But what does he see first? His new big boy cup. Which he promptly tries to take a sip out of.
When we stopped laughing, we filled it with water for him.
Ryan put the bunny ears on, probably hoping I wouldn’t take pictures. Or at least hoping I wouldn’t post them. Heh.
We did a lot of sitting around while Wyatt explored his new stuff.
But we got in on the action every once in a while.
The biggest hit of the day though? Plastic food from Grandma Sandy. He loves it.
I’d had big plans for getting the tripod out and taking pictures of all of us together today. But seriously, no one needs to see how I look right now. So I took 500 pictures of just Wyatt. The bow tie was a source of contention at first. But he warmed up to it.
He didn’t even fight us too much when we put the bunny ears on him. An Easter miracle.
After lunch and a nap, we went “hunting” for eggs in the backyard.
And by hunting, I mean we pointed out every single egg to him. Otherwise he wasn’t interested.
And where was Dewey during all this, you ask? Rolling around in the leaves. Getting dirty. Generally being a dog.
At one point Wyatt went over to the door and sat down. Actually, he backed up to the door. From like 10 feet away. I don’t know. I’ll never know.
And this is the point where my picture posting is bordering on excessive. But I can’t stop. Because, just look at him.
Plus, it’d be a crime if I didn’t show you him talking on his brick phone.
I don’t know who it was, but I don’t think they had good news. Total meltdown occurred after they hung up.
Don’t worry, he cheered right up when I gave him a stick and told him I thought the call was for him.
And there you have it. Our Easter.
Did you do anything special today?