Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Easter Eggs

 This year I decided to be brave and dye Easter Eggs. It really is kinda fun now that the boys are getting older and understanding more that we can do real kid stuff! Ty is having so much fun with easter stuff so far this year and had a blast finding eggs at his grandparent's house. It's neat that he's starting to "get" holidays. 
Both boys loved dying the easter eggs for Family Night. And amazingly enough, no major catastrophes occurred! We ate cookies after and then snuggled on the couch watching HOP, a little easter kids movie. It was a fun little night all together. 

They loved the shrink wrap Micky Mouse eggs :)

Wreck it Ralph has taken over our lives!! I can quote almost the entire movie, including the movie credit songs at the end. Levi has held the DVD movie case for 2 weeks straight- I'm not even kidding. This poor case looks trashed already since it has to be at the dinner table while we eat, sit on the bathroom counter during baths, goes everywhere in the car with us and has endured many Costco and Walmart trips already. He always says, "Raff!" when he needs Ralph or drops it. I'm curious as to how long this will last....

Ty showing us his "TY egg"- the egg that has his name written on it. Lately Ty is obsessed with the alphabet and specifically the letters T and Y. They practice writing their name everyday at school and so he knows those are "Ty letters." We'll be in the grocery store and he'll just sit around looking for T, Y, L, D, and M's- for Ty, Levi, Dad and Mom. It's pretty funny. 

1 comment:

Meagan said...

I am very impressed with Ty! Mikayla has no clue about the alphabet yet and shows no interest in learning about it. He is such an adorable kid and I think you guys are doing such a wonderful job raising him. I am constantly in awe of how much you do for him and what an active role in his development you are taking. Even though I don't know him, I can tell by your posts that your efforts are paying off greatly and his advancement is incredible. He is very blessed to have such wonderful parents! Thank you for sharing your journey with us!