Saturday we dyed 18 Easter eggs. Aren't they gorgeous! Sunday morning before church, the artistic Easter egg dying crew was ready to go on an Easter egg hunt. And aren't THEY gorgeous!!! Three 5 year olds, one 8 year old. We had a blast.

Two eggs are missing??? Maybe they'll show up soon. The kids found over 70 hidden eggs with treasures in them. Busy bunny. Happy Grandma:-D


shicat said...

so happy .... enjoy the bunnies

Joan Sandford-Cook said...

My little Easter hunt for my 3 grand daughters was not a patch on collecting - how many?- 70 eggs!!!
Looks like they all had a ball.

Love the bikes painting on YUPO in previous postings - reminds me of my trips to Amsterdam - they're everywhere usually propped against black iron railings.

Dawn said...

say hi to B for me!

RHCarpenter said...

LOL! Love the boys in their Easter buckets! ha ha

Sandy Maudlin said...

Hi everyone. We sure had fun. I have no idea how so many eggs showed up here. I bought 36 so each could have 9, hopefully. They LOVED seeing how many eggs the Easter Bunny left and especially appreciated his note about having to have the egg hunt inside, since he couldn't get the squirrels to promise to leave the eggs alone outside. Joan, I'm sure your grand daughters loved their hunt, too. Spring is such a wonderful time when you're a child - or a grandma. Rhonda, their hats were spontaneous and too funny. BOYS!