Easter: Part Two

 

10 Cadbury eggs

9 nests of m&m’s

8 messes making

7 handfuls of jelly beans

6 chocolate bunnies

5 marshmellow Peeps

4 super hyper children

3 broken eggs

2 tired parents

2 twins a burping

ONE… priceless day!

Ok…Easter was a fun and busy day, but the kids got more candy than you can imagine. It’s a belly ache and several trips to the dentist waiting to happen. They got more Easter candy than they did for Halloween. Oh well, we had a great day.

First we went to my parents, good ol’ traditions. The big kids running through the grass picking up plastic eggs packed full of goodies and Collin trailing behind and picking up all the leftovers. This time the plastic  eggs  had dollar bills. We liked that. 🙂

Then we went to Grandma Chris and Grandpa John’s house. A new tradition is about to begin. Easter egg hunting from horseback.

The Easter bunny hid the eggs way out in the forest and the kids rode Jasper to go find them. When they came to a clearing there were eggs everywhere! Even hanging from trees.

Videos soon to come.

Have a great weekend.

xxx

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One thought on “Easter: Part Two

  1. What a cute picture of twins! I love Easter candy – as does my son – but the sugar doesn’t love our teeth. lol. I’ve heard of some good alternatives to candy (but not as fun) like having kids search for tokens they can then redeem in a “store” for prizes, etc. I’m on the lookout for good health resources for my 2 boys and found this Mom’s Guide to Caring for Little Teeth (http://www.1dental.com/moms-guide/). It has some really practical info for newborns to kids in their teens.

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