Thursday, April 9, 2015

Easter Weekend 2015

We had a great Easter weekend, I hope you did as well. Here are a few of the details from ours:

We had General Conference. It was amazing. It's sometimes hard to listen to the talks with little kids, but the spirit it brings in our house is great either way. And the girls did pretty good listening anyway. There were so many amazing talks and I'm excited to read through them again.

We had a few small Easter egg hunts. J and M both loved them and had a great time finding all the eggs.

On Easter Sunday, the Easter Bunny brought a few fun things for the girls. It's been so fun to watch M learn how these kinds of holiday's work from J. She follows her around like a cute little shadow.

We finished watching conference, and then we headed up to my grandparent's house for dinner. It was fun to visit with all the family. We always have a good time together. Then, to finish the night off, we went over to my Father-in-law's house to visit with him for a while.

Monday was Trevon's birthday. And he had spring break but he still had to work full time (being an adult sucks sometimes). So we celebrated that night by going to dinner with my parents and then coming home and watching Unbroken when the girls went down for bed.
Unbroken is a good movie, but the book is so much better! You just can't fit all of those experiences and all that information into 2 hours. But if you haven't read the book, whether you've seen the movie or not, read it! You learn so much more about Louie and about his experience in the book.

So that was our Easter. It was so nice to be able to spend the whole weekend with family.

What are your highlights from Easter?


  1. We spent General Conference and Easter at my BIL/SIL's house and they have 4 kids under 10. It was the first time in YEARS that there was an Easter bunny and it was hard to watch Gen Con...

    1. Yeah kids definitley make it harder to actually listen to conference. Good thing they have it all online so we can go back and read them again.