The sway bar on our car died on Monday. We limped it over to my parents house today so Charles and my dad could work on it. It took much longer than we had anticpated, so we ended up borrowing my dad's car to come home for the night. As we were getting in the car, Sydney was concerned that we weren't getting in our car. She asked Charles, "Where is our car?" Charles told her it was in the garage and told her that we were taking Tata's car because ours didn't have any wheels. She crouched down and stared at the car to see if it was true, then looked at Charles and asked, "What did you do?"
I watched Damon for a little bit this week. Sydney was SOOO excited for him to come over. When he got here, she ran and got her princess gear on and came out and laid on her pillow in the living room, calling out "Kiss me, Damon, Kiss me!" When that didn't work, she turned to me and told me, "Make Damon kiss me, mommy."
Apparently, Damon didn't want to kiss her since a little later, he shut her in her closet. Ahhh, two year olds.
It was so nice out, so we went down to Pioneers Park to walk around and check it out.
We thought this was pretty neat. This ramp is for sledding, so you get a good start and then the hill below it goes on for quite a ways. We were wishing we had found it before all the snow melted, but there is always next year.
Checking out the horse tracks at the park.
Holding hands with my bean. Love her!
Trying to get a picture like this one...
Best one I got.
Farther on in the park, they have a nature center that was closed by the time we got there, but the buffalo and elk were out where we could see them.
I totally forgot to take pictures, but we had a lovely Easter dinner with Kyle and Charise Johnson and their boys, Damon and Jonas and Nate and Suzanne Anderson and their son, Lincoln. We all brought something to eat and it was nice enough to eat outside. We had a ton of fun. Sydney loves playing with the boys and it's always fun to have dinner with friends.
Sydney was really excited to wake up and find out that a bunny had visited our house. She was even more excited when she found out that he left "celebrations." That what she called the eggs and candy we put out for her to find.
We hid plastic eggs filled with jelly beans (bean jellies to Sydney) and the eggs she colored. The first hard boiled egg she found, she picked up and shook and just about put it back. What makes it even better is that one of my sisters (Chelsea, I think) used to do that too when she was little.