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Happy Easter


I hope you all have a wonderful Easter.  We celebrated a day early so that Corbin could be part of the festivities.  We started the morning by going to an Easter egg hunt that had over 1000 people.  Corbin was overwhelmed and refused to pick up eggs. Next we rode a train and then watched Gabby hunt for eggs.  After Gabby completed her egg hunt Nanny, Uncle Patrick, Corbin, and Grandma left.  Gabby stayed and played on bouncy houses with her friend Hadley.






After lunch and hunting eggs the kids were exhausted so the went to rest.  So while they rested, Grandma and Papa watched them while we all went and worked on Uncle Patrick creating video footage we can use.

When we arrived home again we dyed Easter eggs together.  Gabby chose to use her hands rather than a spoon to remove eggs. So now she has rainbowed colored hands.  Gabby enjoyed dying the eggs and Corbin enjoyed smashing them together, basically teaching himself how to poc.






Corbin's grandparents joined us for dinner, dessert, and the traditional Easter fun.  We had an Easter egg hunt that consisted of Michael and Gabby pegging everyone with plastic eggs.  While hunting for eggs Corbin slowly became interested, while Gabby quickly got bored because there were so few eggs, until eggs just started appearing in difficult places.  She caught one flying through the air and started giggling.  She enjoyed her hunt, but enjoyed throwing eggs at people even more.



We ended the evening with pocking eggs (Gabby being the champion and Corbin throwing eggs).  It was so fun having a simple, quiet day all about the kids.  Happy Easter everyone!












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