Easter Sunday

This year, instead of buying baskets for all the girls, I decorated plastic tubs for the little ones to match their bedroom decor. Traditional baskets just aren’t big enough for the toys & things on their wish list. I think they turned out super cute.

For the older girls, I bought some small galvanized buckets to decorate with their initials. Just big enough for a little candy & gift cards. They loved them. I always try to be a little creative on the holidays.


Our Easter Sunday was probably like most people’s Easter celebrations. Lots of family & extended family. Our house was full. We all enjoyed being together, although chaotic with the little ones excited about their Easter basket goodies from that morning and ready to hide & hunt eggs.

All our kids, spouses, & granddaughters were here including our newest granddaughter, Hailey. My daughter had gotten married in November of last year & her husband’s daughter from Montana was here for the week. So, bringing my total granddaughters up to 7. She is just as sweet as the rest of them. 😍

After a delicious dinner, the adults hid eggs for the little ones. We had somewhere around 80 eggs including plastic & real eggs. The little ones had a ball.

And of course we had our traditional Easter pics. I’m no professional but I do love taking pics. Especially of my girls. ❤️

Me with all my girls. ❤️

Like I mentioned in my previous post, this was our 1st holiday without my husband (Papa). We all miss him, but we are always thinking of him with so much love & adoration. He will always be with us. ❤️

Thank you for joining!

❤️ Sherrie 😍