Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Hunting Eggs

 We had a little church breakfast last weekend to celebrate Easter. Afterwards, the kids participated in an egg hunt.  Kimble was first, with his age 3-and-under group.  He found one egg, discovered there was chocolate inside, and grabbed two more.  Three was all he could hold, so he happily quit hunting more eggs and went inside to eat his chocolate.  He was thrilled.

Kennedy went next, in the 4-6 age group.  She loved finding the eggs hidden under pine needles and between fence posts, and ended up with about a dozen eggs.

Kolby and Keaton were in the last age category.  They ran up and down, back and forth, searching for hidden eggs.  He had a great time.

Keaton didn't find as many eggs, despite  how hard he tried...or maybe he was just wondering why he had a classy walmart grocery bag, instead of an easter basket.

Kimble kept chasing after his brothers, trying to find more eggs.  He loves being outside so much.

 Kamy was part of the group who helped hide the eggs.  I think she liked this transition from being a kid, to being more adult.  As a result, she didn't hunt any eggs, but she helped the little kids find some.

 After all the playing outside, they were allowed to watch The Wilderness Family on tv.  I thought it was funny how they were all squished together on the old loveseat as they were watching the movie.

That was our Easter Saturday!

1 comment:

Colleen said...

Tommy was thrilled with the candy filled eggs too. What a fun ward activity!