Mr. Incredible comes from a huge family! So, every Easter we all get together for a massive Easter egg hunt and dinner. This year we got together the Saturday night before. Rachel, Hannah, and I made Bakerella's Cake Pops. While her cake pops are much more beautiful...ours are still fun. I thought it would be hilarious to make the cake pops out of red velvet cake, but then I remembered Steel Magnolias. Do you remember the armadillo groom's cake. Haaaaaaaa!
And since the cake pops were for the little Easter egg hunters, I changed my mind and went with strawberry instead:
After all the eggs were hunted and the dinner consumed, I headed outside with my father-in-law's camera (I left mine at home-shame on me!) and snapped a few pics. I love this one of the little girls gabbing and giggling in the tree:
Here is "S." I thought it would be fun to apply a 70's looking affect to the pictures:
and her big brother:
My oldest nephew with his special James Avery ring that his parents blessed him with after his announcement that he asked Jesus into his heart!
The littlest member of the extended family. Her eyes are so dreamy:
And this little sweetheart. She was so funny! She looked at the girls in the tree and said, "I want in the tree!" So I asked her what her mommy would say...and then she looked at me with those sweet, little eyes and said, "Mommy say yes!" So, I picked her up and put her in the tree. She carefully fixed her little tutu just right smiled sweetly and then exclaimed: "This is my first time in a tree!!!!" And then I stayed close to her the whole entire time she was in the tree. Oiy!
Supermodel pose time:
My youngest nephew kept posing for me. He would say, "Aunt kiki, how's this?"
Poppie's tree is the best place to hang out and take a few pics. Thanks for letting me borrow your camera.