Henry posted some photos from our trip to Maryland. I put the link at the bottom so you’d have to look through all my photos first.
So you want to see pics from our Easter extravaganza? (Aren’t you glad I didn’t say eggstravaganza?)
Here’s how the day went.
Too early: H gets up with the boys. I hear Anders lamenting that the Easter Bunny didn’t come. I hop out of bed, tell them I am getting my phone out of the car. Quickly, I hide our 10 eggs and leave baskets on the porch. With much enthusiasm, I announce that I thought I saw an egg in the planter outside.
8:30am: The eggs have been found, pancakes eaten and the kitchen cleaned up. Now what? We make an impromptu trip to Chico Hot Springs and soak in the pool. The camera was not in attendance.
12:00pm: Home again. A little lunch and then we walked down to Sacajawea Park for the annual community egg hunt. It is freakin’ cold and my hands hurt, but still lots of fun. Hundreds of eggs are scattered across the soccer fields. When the sirens on the firetruck screamed, hundreds of kids rush onto the grass and grab as many hard boiled eggs as they can. Anders came back with more than 20 eggs. Finn got two–he was too overwhelmed to pick them up, so I grabbed a couple before considering that we really didn’t want all those eggs.
2:00pm: Home again. Finn naps. Anders goes in and out of his room enough times that I give up on his nap and let him watch the Polar Express.
5:30pm: A dinner of bunny and chick-shaped pasta with veggies. Fancy.
There are more pictures from Easter here.
And definitely check out Henry’s photos from Maryland.