Sunday, April 12, 2009

Easter Weekend, GRITS style


Phew….raise you hand if your weekend was too short?!

You can’t see me but I am raising my hand WiLdLY!!!


My folks got to come down for the weekend and the kids were pretty excited to see Yaya and Papa. 

We did our usual egg dying routine which resulted in the slightly permanent pink staining of the Princess’ fingers.  I don’t really enjoy the mess of the egg dying, but it’s a must do.

The highlight of Saturday night the kids and I made Resurrection Cookies.  I found the recipe HERE on the Internet last year.  It is a wonderful activity to share with children the true meaning of Easter.  Sorry, I didn’t share it with you sooner, but you will want to bookmark it for next year.



This morning we removed our cookies from our “tomb”.





And the middle of the cookies are hollow, representing the empty tomb!





Here are a few more photos from our wonderful Easter day:



P4120060_edited-1Papa helping Lego-Man with is tie.



P4120006 The Easter kids.




P4120007_edited-1 The kids with Yaya and Papa.





Happy Easter from the GRITS family!




Or, as we Greek folks say on Easter:


Christos Anesti – Christ is risen!

Alithos Anesti -  He is risen indeed!


Muthering Heights said...

You all look adorable!!! I'm glad you had a nice Easter. :)

littletoesandcheerios said...

Those are some beautiful kids!!
Our weekend went real fast 'cause Fred worked Fri & Sat as usual. But, we had a great church service and a great day at my moms.

We are THAT Family said...

What a pretty family!

We tried Resurrection Rolls this year-yummy! I'll have to try your cookies next time.

P.S.He loves you.. said...

Love making those cookies!

Great lookin family!

The Bayou Belles and Their Beau said...

We usually do those cookies every year, but didn't this year. Too crazy. They're actually pretty good.

Anonymous said...

Will you also celebrate next week on "Greek" Easter?

Heather said...

What - you don't love dying eggs!!! I do, but I was surprised that several people asked if we were doing it with J...yeah right - he's not quite there, lol. Great pics of the fam :)

Jules from "The Roost" said...

OMGOSH I LOVE the photo of Papa helping with the tie! Precious. It looks like a wonderful & meaningful time.

DeeDee said...

Beautiful Pics... Beautiful family.

I agree - we need more time. But what a celebration as we focus on our RISEN LORD!
Sweet Blessings!