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Easter Weekend Re-Cap

This recipe has been shared in many places around the Internet.
This year I decided it was time for my little one to learn about the Crucifixion and Resurrection
of our Lord, although he knows who Jesus is, he was too young to really comprehend it all.
To help him understand, we made some Resurrection cookies.

This is a wonderful way to share with your children the 
We began by placing the pecans in a plastic freezer bag. 
My little man used a rolling pin to break the pecans into small pieces. 

I explained that after Jesus was arrested,  the Roman soldiers beat Jesus.
The story continues on with the recipe,
to follow the rest of it, go here.
In the morning the oven was opened and my son found these yummy Resurrection cookies.
They were round and the fluffiness hardened, so when you bit into it, 
it formed somewhat of an empty cave.
“He is not here, He is Risen”.
Matthew 28:6

The mass was beautiful.
After church, we held an Easter egg  hunt and the kids enjoyed it.
Not a cloud in the sky, but notice that he is wearing his rain boots.
Those are his favorite!
After the egg hunt and a quiet beautiful afternoon,
we headed out to visit friends for an Easter dinner.
I left my camera and don't have photos to share, but everything was beautiful and yummy!
My favorite was the carrot cake bunny!
Thank you Laura!

2 comments :

  1. How yummy looking.
    Stopping by from Friday Friend and Follow to say hello. Have a great weekend!
    http://poshonabudget.com/2012/04/friday-friend-and-follow-16.html

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  2. Visiting from the UBP. Your enjoyment of photography really shines through in this post (as I am sure it does in many more). You took some beautiful pictures of that handsome little boy of yours hunting for eggs.

    amy @ whilewearingheels.blogspot.com

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