Titus got ready for the big Easter egg hunt in his own unique style.
I failed in getting any good Easter egg hunt pictures this year. We did three with large groups of people, and I just didn't have enough hands to tote around my camera too.
Since we were Easter egg hunted out by Easter Sunday, we went kite flying instead. Grandpa and Grandma Dirks gave the peas kites, and it was a beautiful day for it. There was not quite enough wind though, but with some effort, Uncle Nolan and Robbie got them flying.
Hannah just ate some grass.
Titus was so sweet with Great-Grandma Quiring. I am thankful that my children have the opportunity to know her.
At the park, we discovered that we may have a future large animal veterinarian on our hands!
The best part of Easter happened as a song ended during the Easter worship service. Selah explained to Titus that Jesus died on the cross for our sins, and her little voice carried at least a few pews as the music died down. It was so sweet to hear the message of Easter in a 5 second sermon from Selah!