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Our guests were Jenny and her dad, and Dawnmarie and Steve, all friends from church. We played a game of Apples to Apples after dinner.



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Jessica said…
The picture of you and Christopher is adorable! I love your hair. We miss you guys. Happy Easter!
I love that picture of you and Christopher. So precious. Looks like it was a fun easter at your house!!
Heidi said…
I like your green jacket. But am confused why there are fall leaves on the ground in the spring!
Kelly said…
Heidi, it's because our backyard has not been landscaped and just blends in with the greenbelt/woods behind our house. So those leaves are the ground covering, basically year round. We'll add grass after the pool is in.
Robin said…
Love the fun pictures of spring and Easter at your house. :)
Madison said…
Looks like you had a fun time for Easter! Ours was nice, but I had a TON of homework, so I had to be somewhat antisocial and finish it while Grandma and Grandpa were over.
Summer Adams said…
OMG, love the Easter pics, love the green!!!! Love the spring flowers....we are still in snow again :(
Amanda said…
I love the splash of green in your pictures. You guys are a good looking family! Fun that you could have friends from the ward share your Easter celebration. It looks like you had a good time. We miss seeing you every week!
Julie said…
I love your family picture and the colors y'all are wearing!!! I love matchy-matchy!!!! Looks like you had a very fun Easter and probably a more pleasant egg hunting experience than I did! ;)
The Roberts said…
That is a good family picture. I really liked your green jacket and shoes at church!
The picture of you in the apron with your son - I can almost taste the apple pie, seriously. So cute. What a fun gathering; I love the apples to apples game and so do my kids. And I LOVE the red robin/austin picture. You're so clever. :)
Maryanne said…
What a darling family! And I'm thinking that those strawberry cups that Lindsay is holding are looking quite scrumptious!
Lonna said…
You are so festive. I love it. I like your family photos and how exciting that you had so many guests. I am sure that was a fun game of apples to apples. I feel like in our house we always get a little out of hand in that game.
ninnies said…
man...dad's getting awesome at taking pictures! The pictures of the birds especially look like they were done by a proffessional. (sp?)

Anyway...that was fun, i liked it. thanks!
Julie V. said…
Fabulous picture of you and Christopher. I loved the bird picture too, it is so pretty. I think I will have Morgan paint it. She painted me a scissor tailed fly catcher over the weekend and I told her it would be neat to have a series of bird pictures from her.

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