Our sleepy bunnies up before nine o'clock church to do a quick indoor hunt for breakfast eggs.
All the eggs were located which means we won't find any weeks from now. Heather displays an egg she made with a sponge technique.
Remember how they wanted all traditions to remain in place? This is one of them. We should have had video this time though. The girls raced around the yard laughing the whole time. Once they even tried to keep each other from getting to an egg. It was hillarious.
Winston didn't know what to make of all the running around.
The Easter baskets had a lot of See's Candy in them, so instead of putting a ton of candy in the eggs, we chose two kinds of candy and added a secret message from the Easter Bunny. The girls found an egg hidden in their rooms with some money inside. That was right up their alley!
We haven't had a nice ham dinner for a while, and it was delicious. We took our traditional 'who's at dinner' picture and since the camera decided to take multiple shots, we made multiple faces. We ended the day with a family night lesson discussing friendship and how to deal with people you are getting to know, and then a couple of Easter messages about the Savior. It was a beautiful day.