The menu was:
scrambled eggs (both plain and with spinach and chives)
croissants with butter and homemade plum jam
Colette searched online for a tutorial in folding a napkin to look like a bunny, and then she diligently set to work. She discovered that the trick is to iron each fold as you make them.
The breakfast table. I love to do the Easter table in a white/brown/green color palette, because that’s exactly what our springtime world looks like…melting snow, brown earth, and (sometimes) the start of a little green here and there. This year, Easter is a little early for much green outside, but we can imagine.
My sweet family!
Theo got to do his first Easter egg hunt, and he proved to be a pretty good hunter! We did it indoors, since there is still so much snow on the ground. Sometime, when all the grandkids are older, I think it’d be really fun to do one in the snow!
Melissa just sat there, looking adorable, and playing with the Peter Rabbit pull-toy. Looking adorable is what she does best!
Happy Easter to you all!