When I asked Drew on Friday if he wanted to go see the Easter bunny I got a very angry "NOOOOO!" I decided that since our Santa experience wasn't that great that I didn't need a picture of him with the Easter bunny too bad. Maybe next year I can throw in a "I bet your baby brother will go see the Easter bunny..." Is that wrong?
I figured we would have plenty of fun coloring Easter eggs and having a little egg hunt over the weekend so the picture wasn't a big deal. Well, guess what? We didn't even color eggs. Drew was very excited to and so was I but we both ended up sick and spent the majority of the weekend on the couch sleeping. I finally tried to get up with what little energy I had and get all the stuff ready for coloring eggs when our power went out. I have no clue why it went out but it did. Drew and I settled in on the couch again and he fell asleep in about 5 seconds. He was so weak that I didn't think there was much of a need to wake him up when the power finally came back on. So no Easter eggs either. I think maybe sometime the week we will have to have a faux Easter to make up for it all.
On Sunday we went to my Grandma's for lunch and this was how Drew and I spent our time there. We were both so tired!
He managed to perk up a little bit for his Easter baskets from everyone but it didn't take long and he was curled up with me on the couch. I love that Stacey took this picture (well, except for the not so flattering angle for me). It seems like I hardly ever get pictures of Drew and I so I'll take what I can get!
What I worked on last week.
For awhile I've been talking about making a mini album full of all the silly little toddler things Drew says on a daily basis. After realizing that I have a huge stack of papers with all the things he says I decided I had better get a start on the album. So far all I have is the cover but I don't plan on doing a whole lot to the inside embellishment-wise so the rest should go together pretty quick.
My favorite story so far for the "Silly Things You Say" mini album:
Drew has always loved raisins and eats them all the time. One day after he got out of the tub he held up his hands and said "Look Mommy! I have raisin gangers!" Gangers, of course, meaning fingers. I don't know where the gangers part came from since he can clearly say "fingers". Now he says it every time he takes a bath and it always makes me giggle.