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Easter Pictures

Haven't uploaded all the pictures from yesterday, but here are a few that I took on my phone.

The Easter bunny brought Colin a stuffed Donald Duck.  He is obsessed with Donald, although I don't know why.  I think it's because Connor loves Mickey Mouse, and Keira loves Minnie and Daisy (I love Minnie and Daisy so much, Mommy).  The plan was to get Daisy for Keira (to go with the Donald), and Connor needed Pluto to go with his Mickey.  However, the Easter bunny was dismayed to find out that the Disney store was out of Daisy Duck.  In fact, they had nothing with Daisy in the entire store.  So Keira got another Minnie, but this one was wearing a red dress instead of pink, so Keira didn't mind. 

And in typical Connor-fashion, he wanted to hold his Mickey and Pluto up by his ears like a reindeer.  (Hey - it made sense to him!)

Group hug


Andrea said…
Awesome pics! Your kids are adorable! Glad you all has a great Easter!
Krissa said…
Found you on a Not So Moody Monday Blog Hop...the name of your blog caught my eye--I love it! I'm just not too good at it (embracing chaos). Sounds like you have a little more chaos going on than I do...I have a 4 1/2 yr. old and 18 mo. old. I'm over at if you want to stop by sometime.
Unknown said…
Hi!! I'm stopping by and following from A Not So Moody Monday Blog Hop. I hope you'll check out my blog Frazzled Mama at and follow me back. Have a great week.
Unknown said…
Love it!
And they look so beautiful! Happy Easter.
Quadmama said…
Great pictures!
Annie said…
Cute pictures of them. Can't wait to see more.

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