Instead, we went back to serving at Boone Hall, where our church does a community wide Easter celebration. We were up at 6am and on the road by 7am. That's pretty good for a family of 7! It was a beautiful day for it, too. Sunny, but cool with few bugs this year! Isabel and I rocked babies in the infant tent, the boys and Paul served as ushers, welcoming some 4000-5000 guests to the worship tents!
Afterwards, we ran into Isabel's God-family and ended up with an invitation to picnic on the lovely grounds of Boone Hall Plantation. Sadly, I've no pictures to share of this.
But, I did manage to snap a few from our lazy afternoons this week during Part II of spring Break. I have found that since getting our chicks, we spend a lot more time in our back yard. Good thing?
Well, the chicks think so! They love it outside. Naturally. But, still spend their nights inside. Why? Probably, because I like hearing them peep at night and in the morning. Certainly not, because they aren't big enough or feathered enough now. Plus, we have no idea if these are hens or roosters and I don't want to find out after the neighbors let us know!
But, also because they don't have a secure area yet. Just a playpen that we fashioned out of chicken wire.... that they fly right over!
Time to clip some wings.
And Paul is working on a chicken coop that will be finished soon!
We also dyed our eggs outside this year. Much less worry when it came to spills and things!
Asher was too cute! But then, isn't he always?
And Isabel always let's her own artistic style shine!
Big boys spent time enjoying our new hammock, which I love, love, love! And reading in the spring sunshine.
Of course we had egg hunts on Easter Sunday too.
Everyone got into the fun!
And Daddy read the Resurrection Story to the kids.
With the Resurrection Eggs.
We don't dress in Easter finery, since we serve outside for church.
But, I got some cute pictures, none the less! Like this one of a kiss from sister to brother.
That's what happens around here when you are not so sweet to your sister..... she gets to kiss you and you have to let her!
Did I mention that we LOVE our new hammock?
And our kids are pretty cool too!
Oh, and so are cousins that visit for Easter egg hunts!