Monday, April 13, 2009

Easter Sunday

Saturday morning our neighborhood had a little Easter egg hunt. I was busy working at the salon so Robbie took Taryn, I guess they showed up 2 minutes too late because all the eggs had been snatched up! One of the cute girls who loves Taryn gave her a couple that she had and I'm sure Taryn thought she was pretty awesome. I wish I could have gotten some pictures of her with the kids because these kids in our ward seriously go nuts for Taryn. It's the cutest thing! They all call her baby Taryn and love to pick her up and give her treats. They even know monkitty. haha!

Sunday morning the Easter bunny stopped by our house and brought Taryn a basket of goodies. - too many goodies for one little 2 year old - I guess that's what happens when there is only one child to spoil! She wasn't quite sure what to think about all the goddies sitting in front of her, but once we started pulling things out she realized..."oh this loot is all mine!"

The rest of the morning was pure craziness...having breakfast (I wanted to have a yummy one for the special day) then trying to get ready for church, finish - actually start - my lesson, followed by getting to church on time! Needless to say, I failed to get a picture of Taryn in her Easter skirt. We'll just have to reenact that part.

After church and naps we went to Robbie's Mom's for dinner with the whole family. Wow it was delish! Margo made lamb and it just melted in your mouth. Carrie made her to die for orange rolls and I brought a salad, which must have been pretty good because that's what I'm usually asked to bring ;) There were potatoes and asparagus and last but not least...Nonnie's dessert which I have no clue how to spell out, but let's just say it's magical.

After our stomach's couldn't take any more we walked over to the park and enjoyed the nice weather.


ericksonslc said...

Hey I did look in on that darling girl on Sunday in the nursery. She looked so dang cute!! Her teacher was talking to her about her painted toe nails. She was holding out her foot and showing him. It was so cute and her skirt was adorable. Grandma and Grandpa also peeked in since they came to hear Emily's solo in church. So she showed off to all of us. Loved it!!

Natalie said...

Love the bangs!!!!! You always look gorgeous though!

Erin said...

Looks like a fun Easter! Love the diaper bags, by the way.