What a week! It was Harper's spring break this week and I'd LOVE to say we've been busy, but I've been sick with a very weird cold so we've pretty much stayed at home since Tuesday. You know, taking care not to infect any of the other children that Harper has been spending her time with this past month, all while being driven crazy by two small children who are dying to get out and enjoy their new surroundings. It's true, we've been in our house in New Jersey four weeks today! Time has flown by, and there is still so much work to be done. How will I ever get this house in order when my husband works until 10pm every night? Let's see here. I'm soon going to be bringing in the troops - or should I say a troop - or maybe just a scout. That scout happens to live right next door.
We happened to move in to a perfect house. Maybe not a perfect house - but a perfect location. We moved right next door to an amazing family with four children ranging in age from 8 years old to 15 years old. Harper has a bit of a crush on their 8 year old son (achem, more like obsession!), and their 12 year old daughter has claimed her babysitting stake on our children - as in she wants to be a "mommy's helper". Yeah! I am ALL FOR IT. We are soon going to be hiring her to come over once a week or so to hang out with our children so I can get some stuff done around the house, like hang up pictures, or maybe just take a nap. HA! God knows, I need a nap!
But aside from my napping needs, Harper is still eating lunch! Here, I've created a good lunch/snack you can make for Easter! She has carrots and Annie's Homegrown Extra Cheesy Cheddar Bunnies. She also has a bunny hard boiled egg created with a Kotobuki Plastic Egg Mold and strawberry hearts with a CUTEZCUTE bunny food pick. You can also see another Easter Lunch I created last week where I used a lot of the same materials. See, you can use the same materials to make VERY different lunches! It really is simple! Have a Hoppy Easter!