Tuesday, March 8, 2011


It's naptime at my house...

We had lunch,  I put both kids down for nap, cleaned up a bit then turned on The Martha Stewart Show and sat down on the couch in my quite house with my computer to catch up on all the Mommy Blogs that I follow.  About an hour into my daily routine of reading blogs I got a little hungry for some chocolate.  I went to the pantry and only found Oreo's, I wasn't really feel'n it, so I closed the pantry and sat back down empty handed.  About 5 minutes later I remembered that I had gone shopping yesterday and bought candy for the kids' Easter Baskets.  I had already stashed the candy away in my secret hiding place, so the kids wouldn't stumble upon them.  So, I got up and rummaged through the shopping bag of candy, I grabbed my all time favorite Easter Candy, Cadbury Mini Eggs, my mouth started watering!  You know, the solid milk chocolate candy shaped like eggs with the crisp sugar shell, delicious!  I was thoroughly enjoying my afternoon snack of speckledd little blue, yellow, pink and white eggs until...
Little Miss Kate woke up and walked out into the living room, me not even thinking about the eggs. In her sweet little excited 4 year old voice said, "Mom what are those? Where'd you get those Easter Eggs? Why didn't the Easter Bunny hide these for me?" (Kate asked all these questions all in one breath!)  What Easter Eggs? I mumbled with a mouth full of chocolate?"  "These ones," Kate said. as she lifted up the bag (apparently so I could see them a little more clear).  "I thought the Easter Bunny only brought those eggs to our house in our Easter Baskets, how did you get those?"

Oooops, I guess I need to be a little more careful when it comes to the Easter Bunny, Santa or the Toothfairy.  Especially with a 4 year old in the house!

Happy Tuesday!

1 comment:

  1. What did you tell her? Did you say they were leftovers from last year? Did you tell her the Easter Bunny sent you a sample in the mail? Did you pretend she was sleep walking and dreaming and send her back to her room? I sure wish you could come out to Denver with mom and dad!


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