I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter! Sophia was sick with a fever, so I ended up needing to stay home all day with her and Emily. I was so sad to miss out on church! Sean was in charge of a sunrise service, my children played instruments and sang in a choir and then there was a family dinner afterwards. Sometimes a mama’s job is to just stay home though, and so I had a quiet day with my little girls.

I missed out on getting that classic Easter family picture, but I did manage to take a picture of Carrianna when she got home. This girl is so hard to find dresses for, she is tall and super slim. I was thrilled to find this maxi dress at JCPenny last week!

They have matching dresses for moms and even for babies, so you could have some adorable family photos if you matched all the girls together!

This burgundy leather clip from Lilla Rose goes so nicely with her dress!

We have a super busy week ahead of us. We leave Wednesday for the Cincinnati Great Homeschool Convention, and Sean speaks three different times there. I’m beyond excited to go, and we are even bringing my sister along with us so she can attend the convention! I’ll be going to all the talks by Julie Ross from A Gentle Feast, so if you are going to the convention and will be in those sessions, look for me!  I’m really leaning towards using her curriculum this next school year with all the children, but I want to hear her speak and look at the curriculum in person before I decide for sure.

What Carrianna Wore

Dress – JCPenny

Jean Jacket – Probably ThredUp

Shoes – JCPenny

Clip – Leather clip from Lilla Rose (these leather clips grip really well!)

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4 Comments on Modest Monday and a Link Up!

  1. I’m sorry your daughter was sick on Easter. 🙁 It’s so hard to miss out when you know everyone else is having a special day. But you did the right thing, Mama. Your children won’t always need your presence in this way, but now they do.

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