We’re still working on establishing what our family traditions will be for Easter, especially since it has looked different for the past 3 years!

Making Easter Cookies

The finished product (I’d never made frosting like this before, so I think I will need to try it a few more times before I feel like I know what I’m doing!)

No matter what they looked like, they tasted delicious! This was a unanimous decision!

Time to make Easter Eggs! Coloring…



The finished product!!

Reading the books from her Easter basket on Easter Morning!

Ezra was pretty excited about the dolphin & shark in his basket!

All dressed up & ready for church!

Ready for the ‘ride’ to church in her stroller!

Easter is a big deal in the Catholic church and so in order to be ‘different’ the Spanish Evangelical Churches do not make a big deal out of Easter. We’ve heard stories of Americans having to remind the pastor of their Spanish church that it was in fact Easter! The service at our church did center around Easter, but we were definitely the most dressed up of all the people there. Just another lesson in a new country!

Easter dinner with Aunt Stephanie

Easter Egg hunt in the rain – thank goodness for our covered patio!

Audrey even, sort of, got the idea!

She preferred to carry the container around!

Good work, Ezra!

The kids with all their eggs!

Happy Easter!

He is Risen!!!


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  1. Marjorie Wahlsten

    He is risen indeed. Alleluia, alleluia!!

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