Easter with Gage

The first thing Gage saw at the Easter egg hunt yesterday was Elmo.  He loves Elmo.










The jury is still out on the Easter Bunny.











Gage getting ready for the ‘hunt’







Gage collecting one of his 4 eggs.






Happy Easter!


23 thoughts on “Easter with Gage

  1. Beth Hoffman says:

    Ohm y gosh, I am totally in love with that Easter bunny … LOL!

    Happy Easter to you and your family, Stacy!

  2. forestsprite says:

    I don’t blame Gage for his reaction to the Easter Bunny… I thought he (the bunny) was scary when I was a wee one…. and i still think he’s creepy! But as for Gage, he’s a doll! Thanks for sharing his sweet pics!

  3. thebumbles says:

    Sammy doesn’t seem all that impressed with Elmo or his World. My sister-in-law tells me there is a magic Elmo switch that occurs around 14/15 months and they all join the Elmo cult. What fun you guys had – looks like he survived the hunt unscathed. It was a bit knock down drag out today in our family’s mad dash for easter eggs. Sammy stayed safe and out of the way in Daddy’s arms – where he found a few eggs higher up in the bushes that his cousins on the ground missed :0)

  4. Trish says:

    Fun!!! Elle isn’t walking yet so poor babe got tossed around as mom and dad hunted for the eggs. 🙂 And we’re with you on Elmo. Well, at least the babe is. Glad you guys had a fun easter!

  5. Wrighty says:

    So sweet! Gage is getting so big! I’ve never seen an egg hunt on a football field before. Was everyone well behaved or was it a mob scene? We had fun coloring eggs and hiding them in the yard for the grandkids – well, only the 4 yr old was big enough to do it but it was still fun. 🙂

    I hope you and your family had a wonderful Easter! The blog looks great!

  6. boardinginmyforties says:

    Such cute pictures. Enjoy all of these moments as they go by so fast. My son loved Elmo and now he has just turned 18. I don’t know where the time went!

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