Wednesday, April 15, 2009

The Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy.......

Wow, what an exciting week we have had! Easter is one of my favorite holidays. I love what it means to us and what we are celebrating. I also love getting the girls dressed up in their puffy dresses and bows, and I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the candy. On Saturday Dustin, Hannah, Bailey, and Abby went up Grantsville canyon to hang out with his family. (Sydney had an ear infection, sinus infection, and croup so we had to stay home.) They had an egg hunt, ate too much candy I'm sure, and did a dutch oven. That night after they got home we colored our easter eggs.

At our house, the Easter Bunny hides eggs and also their baskets, so the next morning they woke up excited for that. They each got a new placemat, Hannah and Bailey got new dance/school bags, Sydey got a little See 'N Say, and Abby got Hungry Hippos. Abby had wanted that game for a few days now, and when she found her basket on Easter morning and saw the game, ShE cRiEd ReAl TeArS!!! It was the CUTEST thing I had seen. The Easter Bunny definitely was a hit this year.


That afternoon we went to my mom and dads house and did an egg hunt with my sisters kids and had a nice ham dinner with my family. It was a really nice day.




The next day the girls and I were on our way to the zoo since mother nature decided to be nice and give us 1 nice day to play during spring break! We were driving and the kids were eating apples and all of a sudden Bailey yells that her tooth fell out and I laughed because I thought they were just joking...ever since Hannah started losing teeth it has been Bailey and Abby's joke to tell me they have a loose tooth.....so I thought this was a joke. I look in the rear view mirror and sure enough her bottom tooth had fallen out and she was gagging on blood. The tooth fairy came that night (although she almost got busted!) and Bailey got her first tooth fairy dollar! It went to school with her the next day to show off to her kindergarten class :)


I realized I had never done a post for this important day for Hannah. On March 28 she was baptized. It was such a neat day! She had been so worried about making sure her hair was pulled back so that it would not come out of the water because when I was baptized they had to do it twice because of my hair. So we got it all back into a bun and it stayed down...unfortunately her foot did not! So after all the hair worries, she had to do it twice anyway! She had so many friends and family there to support her....and after we had a big dinner at our house. She is an amazing girl and I am so proud of her!








The Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy.......

Wow, what an exciting week we have had! Easter is one of my favorite holidays. I love what it means to us and what we are celebrating. I also love getting the girls dressed up in their puffy dresses and bows, and I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the candy. On Saturday Dustin, Hannah, Bailey, and Abby went up Grantsville canyon to hang out with his family. (Sydney had an ear infection, sinus infection, and croup so we had to stay home.) They had an egg hunt, ate too much candy I'm sure, and did a dutch oven. That night after they got home we colored our easter eggs.










The next day the girls and I were on our way to the zoo since mother nature decided to be nice and give us 1 nice day to play during spring break! We were driving and the kids were eating apples and all of a sudden Bailey yells that her tooth fell out and I laughed because I thought they were just joking...ever since Hannah started losing teeth it has been Bailey and Abby's joke to tell me they have a loose tooth.....so I thought this was a joke. I look in the rear view mirror and sure enough her bottom tooth had fallen out and she was gagging on blood. The tooth fairy came that night (although she almost got busted!) and Bailey got her first tooth fairy dollar! It went to school with her the next day to show off to her kindergarten class :)


I realized I had never done a post for this important day for Hannah. On March 28 she was baptized. It was such a neat day! She had been so worried about making sure her hair was pulled back so that it would not come out of the water because when I was baptized they had to do it twice because of my hair. So we got it all back into a bun and it stayed down...unfortunately her foot did not! So after all the hair worries, she had to do it twice anyway! She had so many friends and family there to support her....and after we had a big dinner at our house. She is an amazing girl and I am so proud of her!