Saturday, April 11, 2009

A New Superhero

We love our little baby Kate! It seems that just recently she discovered she has super powers. Everyday, she brings a bib to me and won't be happy until I've put it on her. The first time she had me do this, she switched it to the back all on her own. She always has to have her "cape" on. Sweetie pie.

I don't know if you've seen this commercial, but it's a mom with her two girls making Rice Krispie Treats shaped like eggs and dipping them in chocolate and sprinkles. I thought it was so cute and told Roxy about it. She and her girls came over today to make them with me and Kate. We had a blast and I wanted to take some pics, but the batteries are running low, so they're a little blurry.

Here's a picture of the gorgeous Kyrie. She's three and such a hoot. Here she is enjoying the melted chocolate. These are just a few of the eggs, and also some strawberries. Luckily I got some at the store today, so we got some great dippage out of them. Little Jaycee, just under a year, was a little too young to join us, but she had the job of snacking on the sprinkles. Little sweetheart was so good and didn't fuss once.

I took some pictures of Kate and Roxy, but the pictures were so blurry!! I know you're sad Roxy, but I'm sure I'll get one of you sometime on here.

This morning we took Kate to an Easter Egg Hunt in our complex. I'm waiting for some pictures, but I'll post them when I get them. Kate had no idea what was going on, but she actually found the "golden egg." It was the special egg and had a dollar inside. We felt somewhat bad because we arrived when everyone was finishing up and that was the first one we found. Sweet. Good times.

Easter is so much fun now that Kate is here. I'll post some pics tomorrow of Kate in her dress and her little basket.

And before I forget, Dustin was just promoted to Assistant Manager at Missionary Mall!!! Good Job Dust! Also, he won the sales per hour competition for March and won $200. He's so awesome. I love my Dust. He's an amazing husband and father and I don't know what we'd do without him.