Lincoln's preschool class had a fun Easter Egg hunt on Thursday, and he invited his Mommy to help out. It was so much fun to watch him play with his friends and hunt for eggs. Such a great hour away from the office! He and his sweet friend Ellie were ready for action. Ellie always gives Linc the most good-bye hugs at the end of each day. Lincoln raced around the playground to gather so many eggs, he grabbed a few from the top of the playhouse and zoomed down the slide to find more. He and his buddies were happy to show off their loot.
After the Easter Egg hunt, his teacher asked me to read the Easter story to the kids. I read a lot to Lincoln and Beau, but it was a little more heavy to read to a room of 16 preschoolers. They rewarded me with quiet listening ears and applause at the end of the story . . . so glad to make Lincoln proud!! He presented me with a plant that we could take home and watch it grow together.
Friday morning was gymnastics of course! The boys ran around like crazy and had tons of fun. We had a fun picnic in the backyard and loved the nice weather. We took a break to rest and settle down for a bit. We did manage to do some shopping and playing after our rest and took several silly pictures.
Lincoln's T-Ball team didn't have a game scheduled on Saturday, so we slept in then got some new spring church shoes. We all headed down to the Bishop Arts District for a baby shower for Kevin and Veronica. Their new house is super cool, and the boys loved to play with Tomas. Their backyard was super fun, and they loved the train set in his room.
Snack break!!! Lincoln worked on his bean bag tossing skills for a long time, and Beau visited the chip bowl for a long time . . . typical!
We went to Eno's for pizza, and it was delish! We are never in the Bishop Arts District, but it's really cool. We took some time after dinner to walk around and see the boutiques, neat shops, and live music. So much fun stuff to see!
One of Daddy's accounts is in the area so we strolled over to hang out on their patio and let the kids meet Ms. Mary (the owner). It's kind of weird that there are lots of cats that hang out on the patio of Ten Bells, but the boys loved it. We spent the rest of the evening building Legos and reading books at home. Everyone was getting ready for Easter Sunday . . . crafts for our Sunday School lesson, new monogrammed shirts, new shoes, found our brown leather belts from last year, and Mommy even ironed!!! Lots of Easter fun on Sunday!