The weekend before Easter, you know, the weekend all the Easter Egg Hunts were scheduled, we got slammed with a blizzard. All the hunts were cancelled, of course. I was kind of disappointed; I thought Addy was really going to enjoy it this year!
And then I remembered the the city had theirs scheduled for the next Saturday. We went for Piper’s first Easter and it was. a. zoo. Only a few of the local municipalities still do egg hunts any more, so this one usually has a TON of people. I wasn’t too sure, but as it was our last option (and the weather was gorgeous and calling our names) we got out of the house and headed over. We were there fairly early, so the girls got to get out and run. We even ran into one of Piper’s friend’s from school!
The girls were in two different age groups, so Luke took Piper and I took Addy. The result is that I have pictures of Addy, but not of Piper… Only so much you can do, right??
Addy was super impressed that she found dumdums on the ground. I think she got about 20 suckers. And about three eggs. She knew that the eggs had goodies in them, but she would rather have the suckers. Weirdo.
She’d get a handful and put them in her basket. And then unwrap one and take a taste. Her efficiency lacked a little. But her enthusiasm was full-bore!31