Every year gets more fun with the magic of holiday with Caden & Tenley. Easter is always a good one because they just enjoy hunting for the eggs so much.
We started off easter with a rather chilly morning at our neighborhood easter egg hunt with my parents. The kids were the youngest in their group so they were all but trampled. Each kid was supposed to leave with 20 eggs (because we each made and brought 20 eggs per kid); I think Tenley left with 3 and Caden had 7. There was a petting zoo, face painting, inflatable jump house, horse riding (our had zero interest) and an easter bunny that they also wanted nothing to do with. They loved the petting zoo and were all about it since the Kyles’ just had a petting zoo Aubrey & Lily’s birthday party in January. Caden wanted his face painted, but Tenley chose not to. There were a lot of people she was a bit overwhelmed!
We then got to celebrate and have another easter egg hunt at the kids’ preschool, hosted by Ms. Leslie! She never fails to disappoint! The kids stuffed the eggs earlier in the day and the parents hid them in Leslie’s backyard for the hunt. This was much more low-key and the kids really got into the groove of running around and picking up eggs.
The third egg hunt was at Aunt Katie & Uncle Anthony’s house easter morning! They hosted both families for a fun egg hunt and delicious breakfast! They did a great job hiding them in both the front and back yards! The older boys were so sweet and waited for the younger kids to get eggs!
The fourth and final event was dinner at our house! While the kids napped Katie, Mom and I baked the rabbit cake and hid all the easter eggs so when the kids awoke from their nap we could decorate our cake and hunt more eggs!