Kayla (top, right) – Dress: Trish Scully Child; Shoes: Mini Melissa; (2nd, left) – Ralph Lauren; Shoes: Vans; (5th, left) – Dress: Beebay; Shoes: Cat & Jack. Cameron (top, left) – Polo: Gymboree; Shorts: Cat & Jack; (4th, left) – Shirt: First Impressions; Pants: H&M; Shoes: Cat & Jack Similar; (bottom, left) – Shirt: American Classics; Pants:H&M; Shoes: Similar.
These beautiful little bunnies are growing so fast I can hardly believe it. This is Kayla’s 6th Easter already! She is so excited for the Easter Bunny that she actually said she was going to bed early. This, from the girl who stays up all hours of the night singing songs from Moana and Frozen, reading and lite-brite-ing. She’s often still awake when we fall asleep. Cams on the other hand, was not eager to sleep at all which is par for the course. But when I did try to explain to him that he needed to sleep so the Easter Bunny could come and leave him some treats he said, “bring cars”. He wants MORE cars! He has so many cars he can’t possibly play with them all. But, he is indeed getting more cars 🙂 I can’t wait to see their little faces when they see their baskets, especially since they aren’t expecting anything other than a little candy.
Tiny updated on these little ones as well. Kayla is currently fascinated with roly polys and will stop when she sees one, pick it up and ask to bring it wherever we’re going. She also loves her new, giant trampoline her Nonna got for her birthday. She wants to spend every free moment at home on that thing. I love watching her (and Cam) jump and play looking so carefree and happy. It’s my favorite. She’s not one for letting me dress her these days or even do her hair. Luckily she was a fan of these dresses and loved wearing them not only to see the Easter Bunny but to school and for picture day.
Cam has taken up some sort of British accent and now calls me “mommay” and calls his lovey, “lovay”. He cracks me up, I don’t even know where it came from. Literally one day I was mommy and the next I’m mommay. He continues to love all things cars and trains and will take bags of cars with him or carry trains in his hands every time we leave the house. Oh, and his new favorite thing to do is ask for something and then scream “no” the second I give it to him. Goes something like this, “milk please mommy”, then I hand it to him, “NO MILK!” in an angry, upset tone. So I take it back and he screams, “MILK!!! Oh how I love terrible twos.