E: Mom, I know how Santa gets in our house, but what about the Easter bunny?
E: Where does he come in?
J: I guess he just comes in the back door.
E: Oh, so we should leave his carrots here just so he knows it's our back door?
J: Sure, sounds good.
E: But the Easter bunny doesn't have a sleigh or a big red bag or anything.... how does he carry our baskets?
J: (this kid is killing me) Good question Ethan - go ask Daddy.
E: Mom, how did the Easter bunny hide all these eggs all over the house?
E: How did he get up so high on the chandelier?
E: How did he know how to write and spell all of these clues? (we sent ethan on a scavenger hunt to find his basket instead of just leaving it out)
E: I mean how did he know where we kept the vacuum?
E: And how did he know that the soda drinks are in the garage?
E: Bunny's can't put big baskets in the dryer - they are too small.
E: How did the Easter bunny know that I wear a size small?
I don't think this bunny thing is going to last long.
If this didn't make up for the 20 questions I don't know what could.
Just call him Cohen TRUMP.
Eric put more product on his hair than I use in a week.
The post-nap picture is pretty good.
His hair is not meant to be slicked.