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April 16, 2022 2 min read

For the first time in a few years, Easter is once again abuzz with happy chaos among the McMullen Family and it got us thinking on how much this holiday really means to us and reflecting on the Easters of recent (and not-so-recent) years. Here are a few of our favorite Easter “re-memories” we revisited, and yes, it was even interesting to look in hindsight at 2020 and the Easter that almost wasn’t.

Our cute kiddos – when they were still kiddos!

Cherishing Easter with Our Family

Easter is one of our favorite holidays. Here are a few pictures of our family throughout the years. We hope you enjoy yours on this wonderful day.

Throwback to last year’s adorable (and embarrassing) employee pics from Easter’s past!


Easter is one of our favorite holidays and we certainly won’t be taking it for granted this year. As we rejoice with loved ones, we started digging up old photos of Easter memories and us donning our Sunday best -- and sometimes “not-so-best”!

A collection of the cutest Easter outfits/hats of all time:


Growing up, our Easter outfit wasn’t complete without a matching bonnet or hat. This year, we’re topping our look with one that’s tall and teal.

And last but not least, 2020: Celebrating without Congregating

Celebrating Without Congregating

This is certainly an Easter unlike any other. For the first time, the church pews are as empty as the tomb, and there are no community-wide egg hunts or big family gatherings. But let us not be disheartened, and remember what a meaningful day this is -- There is still so much to celebrate!

We are wishing you and yours a very Happy Easter! May we all remember the unimaginable sacrifice the Lord made for each and every one of us, and may we all carry his message of love, grace, and forgiveness in our hearts and let it shine from within us.

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