Sunday, March 23, 2008


We went Deb's house for the annual Easter Egg hunt. What a good time we all had. They are on half an acre and they hide eggs all over the place. This year the kids even found couple that they missed last year.

I love this picture of the boys of the boys hunting together. There were at least 12 kids hunting plastic eggs filled with goodies. At the end of the hunt all kids empty the treats into one great big bowl and they are divided up equally. I love the system, it is fair and the kids are into it so everyone is happy.

Wren went a-hunting for more than eggs. She had me laughing so hard, here she is putting a old ear of corn into her basket.

Not to long ago I was complaining to mom about not having any family here and how hard that can be sometimes. As we all sat around the table with the kids I realized that I do have family here.

After the Easter Egg hunt we took Sebass out for his first dirt bike ride. He had a bit of a rought start. Paul told him to wait for minute and he would show him how to ride it. Paul turned his back and Sebass hopped on the bike and took off. Needless to say he had his first fall and was a little cautious to get back on.

He did get get back on and took his time and paid attention to what Paul had to say after that. He did a good job for his first time out. The bike is very small and gutless, perfect in my book.

I can't tell if he is having fun in this picture or if he is scared out of his wits. What do you think?


Shannon said...

Looks like everyone had a great Easter.

Sebastian looks scared.

Wudas said...

I would say that is a look of terrified determination. Maybe that's the size bike I should learn to ride.

Anonymous said...

I couldn't tell if I saw worry or concentrated determination in his face, but he was definitely paying more attention.
Hey, what's up? You got helmet, good coat, heavy pants (looks like) and shin/knee guards. What happened to giving him boots for ankle support and gloves? Any one that has fallen knows that the first thing you do is put your hands out to break your fall.