It’s really too bad laughter doesn’t burn more than 1.3 calories per minute because I would feel a lot better about all the food I ate today. With my family, you just never know what will happen next. They are fun, loving and down right entertaining. Here’s a glimpse at our Easter Sunday Funday.
There’s no question that my PawPaw is legit.
After we ate, we did our annual Easter egg hunt. The adults always try to be extra clever in the hiding spots. See for yourself. Ha!
…in a broom…
…under this handle…
…tucked in the rocks…
…in Luke’s shirt…
…in Aunt Brenda’s hair roller…?
Ready. Set. Go!
Mirra found Brenda’s right away!
Ella found one in Brook’s cup!
…making sure they found all of them…
I wanna play!
Once the kids collected their rewards, they hid eggs from the adults…
Get in line.
Be nice kids!
George, doing things his way.
This is serious business.
…a little friendly competition…
Lastly, a little prank that didn’t go quite as planned. 🙂
Note: airborne plastic egg
…then she threw a real egg…
…and it bounced off his arm, and onto her car…
…but it was still hilarious…
I woke up to grey skies and a chance of snow. Typical. Last week my son was wearing shorts to school…no big deal. That’s a typical March in Rockingham County for ya. I headed to church then joined some friends for a birthday celebration that just-so-happened to be on St. Patrick’s Day. Perfect. We all met at a local restaurant then headed over to our friend’s place for a delicious potluck. The snow covered the grass and the crockpot aroma filled the house. It’s ok to be jealous.
green juice and green shirts
found…and never opened
cabbage and taters
…well it is st. patty’s day…
jalapeño deer bologna
a birthday complete with candles
snow big deal
i love grandparents