Oh, the princess, Brady. In full attire you see. Loved her basket too. Raccoon PetCake, butterfly sidewalk chalk, bubbles, sunglasses, elegant white gloves, a strawberry shortcake ring, and Dora pencils.
Shane loved his goodies too. He got his panda PetCake, pencils, Lightning McQueen activity book, easy readers about bugs (that I found out he doesn't like anymore, mom he says they creep me out!!), bubbles, sidewalk chalk with a holder, and sponge bob note paper.
Cullen loving his glasses.
Brady with her glasses and her elegant gloves.
Then we had an Easter Egg Hunt on the front lawn (back has dogie land mines). I hid the eggs this am while the kids looked through their baskets. The rules: No big kids get the eggs on the ground. Only one golden egg per kid (they had money in them, just a buck).
Cullen didn't know what to do. He only ended up with one egg. He just wanted to run around, especially down the street.
Brady did pretty good. She wanted to open each one as she found them and eat the candy inside.
The kids looking for more eggs. It didn't take them long to get 37 eggs.
Then we had a beautiful Easter Brunch. We made a meal in a loaf. I found this recipe on my Art of Breadmaking DVD from Homestead Blessings (love, love, love them). It turned out so yummy. Abbi and daddy made this one.
This is it before it went in the oven. I didn't get a final picture. We ate it too fast.