I have a pro Easter egg hunter on my hands. Once he got the concept he didn't need any help finding and collecting eggs. Now he wants to hunt Easter eggs all day, every day!
This week has been a rough one for me. I've had a toddler with a cold and double ear infection. I've had a horribly messy house as we're reorganizing it after getting new carpet installed. I've had a sick husband who spent the week working hard to prepare for the Good Friday and Easter services at church. All that and I'm 37 weeks pregnant. . It's been hard for me to focus on the Lord and the amazing sacrifice and blessing of Good Friday and Easter this week, even though that's all I've wanted to do. My toddler had a melt down whenever I tried to open my Bible, he wouldn't stay quiet during the family Good Friday service so I had to hang out in the foyer with him, and he's too little to understand the amazing grace we're celebrating during this season. . When all's said and done, though, I know that this frustration is exactly what this season is about. His power is made perfect in my weakness. He is Risen!
He loves activities that are messy and fun! Dying Easter eggs was a blast! As we make a mess we're also praising the Lord for His Amazing Grace and Resurrection from the dead! . . . Head over to the blog (www.simplemomentsstick.com) to find out what great egg dying hack completely changed our lives this year!
We wouldn't be us if we didn't fit at least one ridiculous picture into our maternity session. Head over to the blog (www.simplemomentsstick.com) to see the rest! . . . Photo by @stephanieorefice
Poor little monster has had a hacking cough and a runny nose for the past few days. I'm determined to keep this baby in until his big brother is feeling better... Let's all just pretend I have a say in the matter... (📷 by @stephanieorefice)
Your family is so excited to meet you, little man! . . . Photo by @stephanieorefice
He needs to earn his keep somehow... . But seriously, I'm in Spring Cleaning mode before the baby gets here in about a month. Check out the blog (www.simplemomentsstick.com) to find out what easily forgotten areas of the house I'm tackling!