Easter Bunny is recycling this year!

. . . and other news! 

I told the kids this year that the Easter Bunny was recycling.  I told them that we were going to leave their baskets and plastic eggs from last year out for the Easter Bunny.   Apparently this year, he will have a big bag full of goodies and will fill their eggs and baskets here (kind of like Santa and Christmas stockings!).  We just don't have enough room in this house for all of the clutter!!!  Since Jaycee has a kitchen set with food and dishes, we keep the plastic eggs with her food stuff all year long.  So, we'll just find some eggs and leave them in their baskets.  The Easter Bunny will fill the basket with grass and goodies and fill the eggs with candy.  

In other news. . . I finally made my blog button!!  We were drawing with chalk today in the driveway and I wrote the name of the blog and took a picture.  Voila! The birth of my blog button! 

And, kind of a funny story.  Maybe.  I washed a load of towels earlier and when I went to transfer them from the washer to the dryer, I found a bar of soap in the washer.  Gotta say I've never seen that before!  I was washing towels and washcloths, so someone must have a had a bar of soap wrapped in a washcloth.  I just grabbed a whole pile and didn't notice that it was there!

The weather was incredibly nice here today and we were able to swing and draw with chalk!  I'll post some pictures tomorrow!!  And hopefully, I will finally get that darn Easter egg Tulip tutorial up!! (Say that 10 times fast)

Oh!  I almost forgot!!  When I reach 500 Followers I'm going to host my first giveaway!!!  Only 48 people to go!!

What does the Easter Bunny do at your house?

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