Colin had a great time playing with Wes' youngest sister, Anna. He also warmed up quickly to his multitude of cousins - 5 and 3 more on the way. He played so hard he passed up food for a short period. I'm pretty sure that was a first. He loved hiding and finding the eggs 452 times.
|Colin and Wes' brother's son, Keaton. Colin showing his natural smile. Charming, isn't it?!|
Sawyer has let his preference of women be known at a very early age. His type is officially blonds and if you don't meet his standards, he lets you know with a big earful of crying. Wes' sister, Shaina, has long blond hair like me and she was clearly Sawyer's pick.
The boys and the parents were worn out after just this 24-hour trip. Hopefully the beach will somehow recharge us or that could prove to be a very long week!
My handsome boys:
I wish there was a mirror on the front of cameras so you could see yourself as the picture was taken. Someone needed to tell me the wind had just blown my hair all crazy. Oh well, here we are in all our glory.
Wes' immediate family (extended)
Colin and his Easter basket. I had put a small squishy Elmo book on the top of his basket that was for Sawyer. It was the only thing in there that wasn't his. It was the only thing poor little Sawyer got. And yet it was the only thing Colin wanted. He still talks about that silly book. We read it tonight and I'm hoping after he saw it only had 4 pages that he lost interest.
For the record, yes that is a Rubbermaid bucket. I'm too cheap to buy an overpriced Easter basket that is so cheap it'll fall apart in a week. I decided to personalize the $3.50 option and have a sturdy bucket that will last a while.