Henry's Easter Basket

We got an Easter basket for Hanky Panky in the mail this week. We had one minor mishap while opening the box. I didn't have scissors and as I was tearing off the tape, the box flew out of my hand and hit him in the face. oops. He looks really sad here, but he was extremely happy moments later when I felt bad about what I had done and in return gave him an orange Peep.

Taylor and I still don't think Henry is old enough to buy him presents, he doesn't understand what a present is anyway, and he'd just as soon play with garbage as he would new toys. Plus, presents cost money which we have very little of. (This isn't a ploy to get money and gifts from people, we are quite happy with our current life situation, and Henry is too. He doesn't know any better, and frankly we'd rather it stay that way) Anyway, Henry however does have many admirers and he was lucky enough to get an Easter basket this year from Nannie Annie and Grandpa Philip- it came a few days late, but he loved it all the same. He was very happy with the plastic eggs to chew on- we never even told him that the eggs were actually full of candy.


Annie O said...

I hope that bruise on his head wasn't from the box you threw at him! Good thing I didn't load it up too much.

DId you find the egg for you? Hopefully Henry didn't eat it.

I love the first picture of Henry with the tears--that's too sweet.

Miss you lots. We woke up to 8inches of snow this morning and the power out. What a great way to start the day.


Steve and Hailey said...

Jack is intrigued by the picture of Hank crying. I can't imagine how fun it's going to be (for him) to have a crying baby brother in a couple weeks. :)

Erin said...

Why is Hankie look so cute when he cries?

Kent and Leisy said...

that really is possibly the cutest picture of hanky crying!

Amy and Craig said...

it's a good thing you DIDN'T use scissors!!! :> super cute baby!! he's going to be taller than our Taylor by the time he's 2!