What can I say, Easter was wonderful this year. It’s a very special day to celebrate indeed, that he has risen! And what’s even more special is listening to Jace tell the story about Jesus dying on the cross and rising from the grave after. Before we went to service at our church, the boys looked for their Easter buckets and quickly went to town on all the toys and goodies. Walker especially loved his mini basketball hoop!
My friend Kristin got these shirts for my boys while she was in Greece last year and I’ve been dying for them to wear them together. Turns out Easter was the best day they could be matching. At church and around town, we felt so European. Almost like we were living in Jesus’ day. And somehow the boys lasted all day in them. Easy breezy material!
Why Jace wants to pose like this for our family photo at the Palo Alto Jr Museum and Zoo last weekend I’ll never know. I believe this was before he starting itching his butt in public hahahahaha. I see so much of Robby in him, and I love it.
Not sure why I call Walker my boob, but I just do. It’s my favorite nick name for him. My friend Heather snapped this of my little man being a total ham at our lunch in Palo Alto. Those baby eyes get me every time.
Last weekend I took the boys with me to Palo Alto for the Sonnet James sample sale. Miss Heather joined us, too and I’m so glad she did! We had such a great day. I’ve been a distant fan of Sonnet James’ play dresses for years but sadly I’ve never been able to afford buying one. I just couldn’t stomach spending $140 for a dress that I might ruin, so the minute I heard about the sample sale I jumped at the opportunity, especially now that I live so close to the Sonnet James HQ in Palo Alto. I was so excited to see some of her designs in person and feel the fabric quality. And, wow! Amazing fabric, amazing cuts and styles. Very well made and incredibly comfortable to wear. I was blown away by how soft and stretchy all the dresses were.