Happy Easter! I was raised in a very Catholic family, so the religious aspects of Easter were stressed. We still got baskets and candy and eggs, though.
On Easter, my family and I are going to my dad and step mother's house for a luncheon, with TONS of food.
I have to make the "Lambie Cake" for which I am famous.
)There are pictures of last years' on the frames of some of the pictures on Eden's Calendar!) If I have the time, I'll make a matching chocolate bunny cake. My Man's mother gave me both bunny and lambie molds years ago. These cakes are big in both My Man and my own heritage. (No, it's not a "Lamb" cake, it's a "Lambie" Cake! My kids made sure the distinction is well observed.)
Before that, we'll have baskets for the kids at home. It's our first Easter with our oldest daughter out of state, so instead of last year's five baskets (one for each kid and for the two older one's partners) we'll only have two. Oldest girl and partner have moved and middle girl broke up with boyfriend. Maybe I'll come in at under $100.00 bucks on Easter stuff this year. I always go overboard. My kids are getting a little old for baskets, (the middle one is in Grad School and the "baby" is 12) but I can't give to only the little one. I didn't grow grass or line a basket with moss this year, so I'll have to buy that horrible Easter Grass. I only buy the paper grass, if I can find it, NO plastic grass.
It will be nice to see my dad and his wife.