We had a wonderful Easter weekend. Friday night we rented Becoming Jane--it was delightful, though I'm sure I enjoyed it much more than Tom. Saturday morning we spent cleaning, mowing the lawn, cutting hair, etc. Ella got her first haircut (a trim, really) and Henry his second. I was the only one not to get a hair cut, and I really need one. Oh well, I guess I'll have to learn to cut my own. :)
After the kids got up from naps, we headed up to Kirkland to hang out with Tom's parents and Will. His brother, Ben, and his wife and kids were there as well. WE had great food, great company, and lots of fun. Ella l o v e s Evann and Isaac, and it is so much fun to watch them interact.
Sunday morning was relaxing. We had cinnamon rolls for breakfast (Ella has been requesting them every morning for the last month, it seems), got scalloped potatoes going in the crockpot, and leisurely got ready for church. Ella wanted her hair done just like mom (since I'm so cool,) but it didn't last long. She ended up with just the ribbon in her hair.
Church was great, as usual. I'm the choir director, and we did two numbers during sacrament meeting, and I was quite pleased. My parents came down and turned the ham on while we were at church (since, as you know, my oven is lame). We got home to delicious smells and wonderful people.
My Grandma and aunt Carolyn came up from Olympia and we had a fun time eating, conversing, and doing a little egg hunt. The best part was of course using my pretty pretty new plates and silverware--I'll have to take a picture--that I got as graduation presents from my parents and grandparents, respectively. We got to bed a little late, but it was well worth it!