This morning we went to a special needs show at the high school. The highlight for the boys was the face painting.
Kyle got a bat and Ian a spider.
The spider was not around for long, though, once we went to the park and Ian decided to play in the water.
Last Saturday we went to an Easter event at a local bank where they had food and games for the kids, along with an Easter egg hunt. There was a photographer from the local paper there, but we were still surprised to find this in the paper this week:
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The Easter Bunny made his annual visit to the house, consumed some carrots, and left copious amounts of candy behind as payment. He’s tricky, though – he hides the candy, presumably to occupy us for long enough for him to escape before we discover the missing carrots. Foiled again!
You can spot plenty of candy just in this picture
Kyle looks like he’s up to no good in that last picture. Better not let the Easter Bunny see that face!
That’s what Ian told me today while I was painting crown molding in our bedroom. You can see he’s already well on his way. I expect he’ll be asking for an air compressor for Christmas.
About 20 minutes ago, Ian asked for a snack. We came back into the room to find this. I think we have discovered the perfect sleep aid: Crispix and chocolate milk.