We went to visit family along the Wasatch Front for our Easter weekend, which also happened to be Steve's Spring Break. As always, we had tons of fun visiting everyone and there was always a party to be had!
First though, we started off with this...
Next thing we did, or maybe I should say Steve and his dad did, was take down the rotting deck. Wish I had a good before picture, but I don't, sorry. Here's the after, though.
They did it in half the time I thought they would, about an hour and a half. Now that's being productive! Or destructive! One of the two. Or both. Whatever.
Also that weekend, we got to attend the 3rd birthday party of my dear cute nephew, Maxwell.
He loves the movie Frozen, so that was the theme for the party, which was adorable.
We all loved building our own snowmen out of marshmallows!
Maxwell's mom posted all about it on her blog, which you should check out for inspiration if you're ever doing a Frozen party or just want to be the coolest mom ever.
When Saturday came, it was time for the annual family Easter egg hunts! We started out at the Laurets.
I don't have photos of the adult kids going on our egg hunt, but I can say that we scored big time. I believe Steve and I scored the most money at $22.00! And we also got a Chick-Fil-A gift card! I just love these family traditions!
Later that day, we met up with Laurel's family and went to the Christensen's house for their annual Easter egg hunt.
It was an all-girl event this year.
On Easter Sunday, we woke up to baskets of goodies from a very practical Easter bunny (do you see the toilet brush?)
Then we got dressed and went to church to really celebrate Easter and remember our Savior, Jesus Christ, and the hope that has come into the world because of His sacrifice and resurrection.
It was a good, FULL, fun Easter vacation for us. We ended it with a drive back home. Someone was exhausted!