Sundays on Silverado 191

Evie coloring eggs

Life Lately

Happy Easter, friends!

Baby Hayden turned 3 months already! He’s filled out so much already that his parents call him “Bruiser”. 😂 He has the sweetest smile that fills his whole face.

I spent a couple of days visiting the littles last week. Evie and I tried the method of coloring eggs with whipped cream and food coloring in a bag.

As you can see, they didn’t turn out too colorful, but we had fun anyway. And the whipped cream was a hit!

It’s going to be a busy weekend around here. We are hosting Easter at our home this year. We had a fun dinner Friday night with some of our out-of-state relatives, the kids and babies are arriving today (Saturday), and all will be at our home for Easter dinner on Sunday.

I’m drinking my morning coffee while I type this and then I have to get up and get busy!

I’m excited for the fun to continue… Easter egg hunt, Easter baskets, family dinner… I hope to share some pics with you next week. 🐰

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I’m also excited for summer to get here, filled with flowers and lemonade-sipping on the porch swing. This week’s features remind me of some of the things I love about summer.

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Wishing you Easter Blessings,

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9 thoughts on “Sundays on Silverado 191

  1. Happy April, Niky! Sounds like you had a busy and joy filled Easter!

    Your Evie is so cute as she sampled while decoratin eggs! We used that technique, too, but not in the bag (I’ll have to try that next year). We soaked our hardboiled eggs in vinegar for about 20 minutes ahead of time and that helped create more vibrant colors for us. Wishing yo a great week ahead!

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