I hope you put on your Easter Dress.
I hope you gathered with your family.
And I hope you had a picnic in the park.
But most of all, I hope you took a moment to think about what it means when someone says “He is Risen!”
“He is risen indeed!”
In between Good Friday and Easter is a day known as Easter Eve.
Mom and Dad took me to someone’s house with a huge yard. This person must be really messy because they had plastic eggs of all sizes strewn around and they wanted all the kids to help pick them up.
I was glad my basket was so small because then I only had to get a few eggs, most of which I took from other kids.
I thought it was all kind of odd until mom told me to open one of the eggs.
Then it all became clear. The homeowner isn’t messy, they just have a giant magic plastic chicken that lays eggs filled with toys!!! I can’t wait to clean up after it next Easter Eve!!!
Twizzle makes a great reading pillow, and he loves when I read to him.
Of course, he prefers the books about that dog named Spot.
Mom got me a new toy for our yard!
It is the world’s trickiest blue staircase. I think it will take me all summer to figure out how to climb it.
But thanks, mom! I love it!