We stopped by a minor league baseball sponsored egg hunt, and while the times were wrongly shared on their website [boo!], Theron still got to "hunt" for eggs with the bigger kids.
He was in a "Theron" mood and didn't really feel the egg hunt but he absolutely loved hugging and high-fiving the easter bunny and mascot! Who would've thought?
We never took him to see the Easter bunny this year because the kid doesn't stand still in lines. He wants to be on the move. Constantly. Additionally, he doesn't really favor being held or sitting still either. So all of those combined make for a stressful experience for everyone.
But, wouldn't you know it, since he could walk right up to the bunny on his own terms he was as happy as a peach!
Our kiddo always keeps us guessing! Just when we think we have him all figured out he goes and changes the rules again.
At night we swung by our favorite spot in town to capture some pics of the little toddler tornado in his vintage bunny sweater. He was full of cheese and was cracking us up!
My favorite part of the shirt was that all of the bunnies had tails. Love it!
The only way he'll sit down is if someone is reciting one of his favorite pigeon, Dr. Seuss, or tractor stories to him. Otherwise, it's go-go-go all of the time.
It's a good thing David has the stories memorized because TD has no patience for his momma when I forget the words. He's my littlest boss, I tell ya!
I'll leave you with some silly face + tongue pictures of Mr. Sass. He's recently re-discovered his tongue can be outside of his mouth and he thinks it's a hoot to stick it out all of the time.
There is never a dull moment with this kid.
I hope you have a delightful Easter, everybody!