It started out so nicely. We woke up Easter morning to one excited Little Olivia, who found a trail of chocolate leading out of her room. (One of these days I'm going to get my hands around the neck of that delightful Easter Bunny who does this!)
So we all haul ourselves out of bed to start the hunt.
Eggs over mirrors.
Girls who decide to just get their picture over with already. They know fighting it is a lost cause anyway.
Singing Easter songs. The made up variety of course.
Then it happened.
Cassie dropped her bucket and spilled her chocolate. It was all good until she said "Liv, don't take any of my eggs, please."
One would think that that is a perfectly reasonable thing to say.
And it is.
However, Miss Olivia, who thinks that this is a Holiday created for her and her alone, suddenly found an idea planted in her little brain by her unsuspecting sister.
Immediately she reached over and grabbed a couple of eggs.
So Cassie, as you can see by the hand motion, reached over and bitch slapped her when she refused to give her her chocolate back.
And like I told you in my post yesterday, they will only stick up for Olivia when it is against each other. Or me. Asia is the main culprit. She is allowed to be as nasty as she wants to Olivia, but if we at any time need to parent her, or if she gets in a fight with Cassie, immediately she comes to her rescue.
And me? I just took the pictures.
Go see Angie for more Wordful Wednesdays!