Flashback to Easter 2000: Catherine was 4 and still happy to wear what I chose. And the parade of Easter bunnies my parents made were — like the season’s ubiquitous Peeps — just born.
This was their photo debut.
As happens often, since Basil and Catherine are Greek Orthodox, it was a year of two Easters for us. The photo album shows two sets of Easter egg-hunt photos, this one kindly taken by our then-neighbor.
Those Easter bunnies are marching across the lawn again this year, ready to decorate the latest batch of eggs, as they have every spring for 14 years.
We take great joy in watching the delight of the littlest neighborhood kids: Each and every one leans out of a stroller or breaks free of a hand-hold to run among the bunnies when they wander by our house.
These days, Catherine’s turning heads, too. 😉
I want to come see your bunnies. I love them. They’d work with my egg tree, which is in the dining room. Few heads are turned by it. Love Catherine’s hat and the jaunty angle with which she wore it.