A little late, yes.
No fancy Easter or egg hunt here, but we did go outside to put his little feet in the grass for the first time.
Then filled up his tummy up on breast milk. Super exciting, folks.
I wasn’t planning on preparing an Easter basket. He was only 5 months old and certainly doesn’t need coloring books or chocolate. I didn’t even think twice about it until I started seeing photos pop up on facebook and instagram of people building up the excitment around their little baby’s basket. I had a total failure mom moment.
That morning, I panicked and ran to the store. Then I quickly learned that everything is closed on Easter Sunday, EXCEPT Wallgreens. So, I ran in and grabbed a pack of soothers (pacifiers), stacking cups and little wind up birdy (for our entertainment) and Ben threw in the chocolate eggs for himself.
That’s all I needed. I felt like a better mom after my little 4 month old had an easter basket (for .99 cents).
Thank goodness for grandparents who spoil this little guy. The Easter basket below are from his Grandpa and Grandpa Thiele who also spoiled their son and daughter-in-law with chocolate goodies. My parents also believe you’re never to young or old for an Easter basket. Love this Holiday. Love this Holiday.
Mason Jeffry // 5 months