Later that evening we headed up to our church to have Easter portraits taken. Let's just say that Harper was not very interested.
|Who is this dude telling me to smile? I guess he didn't get the memo that I think strangers are the devil.|
And let's also just say that Harrison, as usual, was totally hamming it up.
One kid that doesn't like to be serious and another kid who won't crack a smile doesn't really make for the "best" family picture...but if you ask me, I personally love the keepin' it real factor. :)
|It's amazing how much focus and attention they give me when they know they are about to get a jelly bean :)|
Then it was time for church. They were being so sweet and looking so cute. The kisses were plentiful.
|Brody & Harrison|
|If you can't tell, these two are buds :)|
After church we went to my mom & step-dad's house for lunch.
|Harrison set the table all by himself.|
Speaking of candy, my mom broke out the big guns this year. She bought each of them a chocolate bunny to eat after lunch and it was quite entertaining. I really should have video taped it because it was almost like a funny science experiment: how many seconds before Harrison gets completely cracked out on sugar? I'd guess about 20. :) He was strapped in to the high chair and we were all just sitting there laughing at the crazy things coming out of his mouth and how "delicately" he "nibbled" on his bunny. HA!
Then it was time to hunt for eggs.
After the hunt, we came back in and played.
While others napped. :)
And then we got cleaned up and piled onto the couch and watched what I am certain is the cheesiest, lowest-budget Easter movie that we found on Netflix. It included a dog dressed up as the Easter Bunny and a mystery about a stolen gem of some sort. But the kids liked it and the couch snuggles were worth it.
It was a great Easter.