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Easter, true love and Chic-fil-a first timers

We did all things Easter over the weekend. There was coloring eggs and an Easter egg hunt.

And the Easter bunny came. 

Their book sets were the highlight for them. The Party Cake Peeps and Bubblegum Peeps came in a close second. For the record, the Bubblegum Peeps are the bomb.

Then we watched some General Conference. With the obligatory Conference Bingo cards. Two for each of my girls to increase their odds of getting a bingo. It is a highly effective listening tool, for the record. And totally worth the prizes they earned (thank you Target $1 Spot).

My favorite thing from the Easter bunny. I traded my Cadbury Creme Eggs (yuck) for Ellie's Cadbury Caramel Eggs (yum). And Scott professed his love for me when he gave me his.

My runs this week have been shorter because I am in full taper mode. We have two extra kiddos this week while their parents are out of town. It is spring break, so yesterday the kids came along on scooter and bikes while I ran. It was fun until it started to snow. In April. During spring break. Lame. 

So naturally we spent the rest of the day doing things indoors. First a museum and then Chic-fil-a. Our extra kids had never been to Chic-fil-a (so wrong). It was a hit. Especially the ice cream cones. 


  1. I love reading your updates. Keeps me informed on everyone. It gets lonely up north here sometimes. Thanks for making me smile today! I NEEDED IT!

  2. Bubble gum peeps. Adding it to the list of "weird candy Candice likes" I keep it next to my bed.

  3. How is it possible that her kids never been to Chick-Fil-A??? Poor kids!!! Glad you were able to change that for them! What book series did they get??


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