Monday, April 9, 2007


Easter at the Hertel's

On Easter Sunday, we all woke up to a down pouring of rain. Jadon still had a fever and runny nose. So, I went to the first service at our church, then my husband came in the car with the kids, and then I brought them home while he went to the next service. We were thankful to have 2 services to choose from, or one of us would have missed out on a really great worship time and sermon.

Our first tulips bloomed.

When we came home, the kids had fun dying Easter Eggs.

All the pretty colors. One egg missing due to a mishap.

Here are the kid's Easter Baskets and Buckets.
In all, they were about $3.00 each to put together.
The plastic eggs had jelly beans and coins hidden in them.
The baskets had bunnies, puzzles, bubbles, plastic eggs
with small toys, and a few candies.

Emily, happily finding an egg.

Jadon, had quite the eye for the hidden eggs.

The kids were excited to find their Easter Baskets.

First Carrot Cake

Thankfully, the inside of the cake was much more tastier than
the looks of the decorating,

We had this ham dish, with scallop potatoes, salad,
and cream of corn on the side.

Would love to hear about your Easter...
Thanks for stopping by!

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