An “Egg”cellent Haul

Thunderer did not want to cooperate with the group picture after the egg hunt was over.

The four seemed to have a lot of fun though.

Later we’d manage to corner Thunder and she allowed us to perch her on the eggs themselves.

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Height Matters

This one, our TJ, is tall enough now that egg hunting is a challenge for us.

We want the places to be somewhere only he can reach but we also want they to actually be hidden.

Usually we went ahead and opted for hiding in plain sight just due to the necessity.

The weird face? The sun was in his eyes.

-FF

Thunderer’s Find

The title really says it all.

Thunderer there saw an egg in this leaf pile, crawled into it, and began burying the egg in the leaf pile.

At least she’ll be a really good egg hider one day?

Superman was highly amused but very patient with the little sister but he really wanted to claim that egg and get it in the basket ASAP!

-FF

Perching for a View

What better way to see more than to climb the fence?

Reasonable logic that both Little Miss and Superman practiced during the hunt.

Superman did it near the beginning of the hunt, trying to get a better angel on the fenced part of the back yard.

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Easter Egg Hunt Begins!

It was another cool Easter this year, so the littles had to all wear warm clothes as they ventured first into the fenced part of the back yard and then into the rest of the yard.

Newbie led the charge, though I think she was having more fun running around than actually finding eggs. She ran past a few as she beelined for others.

The challenge is hiding eggs for both the older and younger siblings.

Next year we’re going to try and color code them so that the older kids go for the “blue” for instance and the younger ones go for the “red”. I’m using quotes because I’m not exactly sure what color we’ll assign quite yet. It’s a year away after all!

-FF