We had some special guests stop by this weekend! Sue and sister Jean came by with Effie and Hazel's brothers for a play date
It's been over two weeks since the girls saw Mack, Jack, and Zack last. I don't know that they recognized each other, but they did merge and mingle quickly.
Wylla met the boys, but we didn't want to overwhelm her with five tiny explorers circling the living room, so we tucked her away upstairs after a few minutes. She's doing really great with Effie and Hazel and I'll share more on that subject in tomorrow's post.
The boys are nearly identical, so it's tricky to tell them apart. I think this bunny is Jack, but there's a pretty good chance I'm wrong.
Of course you know who this little bunny is.
Effie enjoyed spending time in Jean's gentle hands.
Then she climbed into her hood, and eventually out Jean's sleeve, and back into her hand.
From left to right: Mack, Jack and Zack. Zack's worried eyes make him easiest to identify. The boys are healthy and growing and developing at the same pace the girls. They're sweet and social too, just like their sisters.
Here's the whole tiny gang.
I don't know who this is, but he sure is adorable.
The boys wear ribbon collars so Sue can tell them apart. Jack is blue, Mack is red, and Zack is yellow. I think.
After many wrestling matches in the basket, the boys crashed.
The girls got sleepy too, and joined them.
We watched the basket of nappers for quite some time, but it was time for the boys to return home, so we tried to wake them to take a quick family portrait before they left.
The girls were soon alert.
But the boys were still out cold.
Eventually they sat up, but kept dozing off.
And by the time the boys were alert, the girls moved on were chasing each other under the sofa.
It was a great visit, and the perfect way to spend Easter Sunday. I prefer my Easter basket filled kittens instead of candy - just as sweet, but much, much cuter.