|Vintage Holiday Crafts|
Here's wishing all of you a Blessed Easter.
I know, I've posted these before.
But, I had so much fun on my trip down memory lane,
I wanted to share them with you again.
Here, Amy is four years old.
Her baby sister was born in the middle of March.
Emily was probably less than a month old here.
And one year later, both sporting an Easter Bonnet.
Their grandpa was always so thoughtful with flowers.
He bought a spring corsage for each of us.
Don't you just love when the weather is nice
and you can have your Easter Egg hunt outdoors?!
I imagine you have noticed our Easter Attire.
It is traditional to wear something new,
something fresh on Easter Sunday.
And of course,
I always constructed all of the holiday attire.
A new dress for both of our daughters,
and one for myself.
Also, I often made a new dress for my mom.
How in the world did I have time to sew four new dresses
while working full time and taking care of our family?
Perhaps that is why we had "store-bought" dresses this year.
Or maybe, because it was too embarassing to wear dresses that their mother had made?
A year didn't go by without dying eggs.
Even our exchange students enjoyed our tradition.
Jake is the master of creativity.
He always takes Easter Egg Dying to the next level!
I can't wait to see what they have done this year.
Best wishes to you and yours
for a wonderful Easter Holiday.