Sunday morning was all about the Easter Bunny coming for a visit even though he didn’t need to as we had our own little Easter Bunny all dressed up like a ‘wabbit’!
I’m pretty sure our little man had no idea what was going on when he woke and his Mom brought him down to the kitchen on Sunday morning and told him the Easter Bunny had been here. Mason was far more interested in watching Rylie run around the kitchen all excited because…..well, because everyone else was all excited. At just 10 months it was just another day of growing up for our little guy. That didn’t stop all of us from letting him know it was a pretty exciting day though!
Quite correctly, Carrie has not yet introduced Mason to chocolate, candies or any of those other sweet delights we all seem to love. There will be plenty of time for him to enjoy those when he’s just a little bit older. Right now, he seems quite happy with the yams, peas, carrots and chicken etc. that his Mom blends for his daily meals. Mason’s a healthy eater and seems to love everything. I’ve asked Carrie to blend up some Brussel Sprouts to see if he’ll eat those!!
After breakfast we took Mason into our living room and got down on the floor with him so he could crawl around on the carpet. He loved that especially when his Grammy, and me, on our hands and knees, would chase him pretending to be a T-Rex. Mason sure loved that but I think his Grammy and Grandpa will have very sore knees for a few days.
All too soon, it was time for Carrie and Mason to head home back down to Victoria as they were going to a girl-friend of Carrie’s for an Easter Egg Hunt. With that, we began the hunt around our house looking for all the stuff our little man might have left. We found a few little socks, some blocks and other toys but hopefully we got everything important into his bags to take home.
We bundled up all of Mason’s belongings including his stroller and took them out to the car. Then, it was time to say goodbye to our little man until the next time we visit down in Victoria. He seemed to know that getting his jacket and shoes on meant he was leaving and I, for one, was just as sad to see him go. What a very busy but enormously fun 24 hours we had with Mason sleeping over. After his Grammy and Grandpa fully recover, we’ll be ready to do it again!!
Have a great Monday and thanks again for visiting!