Ivey liked this rattly toy the Easter Bunny brought her. She also liked scooting across the floor to grab eggs. She started scooting forward (rather than backward) the day before at Grandma and Grandpa's.
Ivey can't have candy, so she got musical toys in her basket. That's one of those percussion shaker eggs and a jingle bell toy. What candy Ivey did get (from the grandparents, mostly) I had to "process" for her so she could get it during a nursing session. Super deal!
I love these bunnies. They are from Miyim's organic line. The problem is, dumb old EB made the HUGE mistake of bringing bunnies that are different. Ivey got a Baby Victoria with a dress and Suzi got a big Victoria without a dress. Of course, Suzi wanted Ivey's.
And then Suzi wanted both of them. She took this picture of the bunnies in Daddy's lap. Now I don't think she wants one at all, so I told her if she didn't want to cuddle with Victoria then I would. These bunnies are scrumptious.
We were smart and took pictures with the girls before going into church. I was so proud that we remembered the camera!
Suzi was excited when she saw that the Easter Bunny had left her a big lavender hairbow to match her dress. Okay, I made the bow with the help of our hot glue gun while watching New Moon on Easter Eve. Don't tell Suzi. I'm proud of it because it's the first bow I've made. Store-bought bows are expensive!
On Grandma's sofa after church.
Ready to eat candy.
Want to be sure we get a good one.
Okay, done. You can go change now.