Easter morning at our house is a little less chaotic than it was when we had three little kids awaiting the bunny's arrival before Church. Now we have a deal with the "bunny" and the Easter Baskets await the kids on the fireplace with presents from the parents and then the eggs are scattered in the yard with candy while we are at church. After checking out their stash, we enjoyed our traditional Resurrection Roll breakfast and got ready in our new Easter clothes for church.
It's a great compromise. Miss A gets a chance to experience all the fun while the big kids get to be of the action, too. Thankfully, Miss M is more than willing to hunt eggs with A. After coming home from a wonderful service celebrating our Risen Savior, it was a mad rush to gather as many eggs as possible.
Lunch at Nana and Papa's meant not only a great brunch, of which I only had to provide Fruit Salad , but an afternoon of Master's watching, bingo games, balloon races in the backyard, and a little bit of dress up.
Who knew that Miss M could get more hairy! Miss A thought the Bunny Ears really added to her bright pink twirly dress and Mr C enjoyed not only "critiquing" the golfers on the 2nd hole, but also some putting on papa's putting green. Honestly, I think the kids just enjoy getting a chance to hang with their cousins. Seems we don't see enough of them in the winter months!
We finished our evening with a fabulous dinner of pork tenderloin, Girl Scout potatoes and asparagus. I heard rave reviews for the meal. In fact, Mr C might have said it was two great dinners in a row!!
Miss A told me it was her favorite Easter ever. With all her "years" of experience to draw from, I'm surprised she can choose.