Easter for us starts Saturday morning at our neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt. The girls didn't find any gold or silver eggs this year but they still scored some eggs.
Saturday afternoon it was off the Grandma and Grandpa's house to paint eggs, swim in the hot tub, and hunt more eggs. We didn't score as much money as last year but we had fun anyway. On the way home we stopped off at Wal-mart to get some finishing touches for the girls Easter baskets. I stayed in the car with the girls and told David to get some jelly beans and a Easter themed candy for each girl. When he returned he said there wasn't much and he had to improvise. He managed to get the jelly beans but instead of Easter candy he got Pringles. Pringles are not a traditional thing to find in your Easter basket but we decided that if it was a huge hit (which David thought it would be) we would make this our new family tradition. They weren't as big as a hit as David thought they would be but we might have to make this a tradition anyway cause it's kind of funny to me.
Easter Sunday we went to the Park with David's family and hunted more eggs. The kids came home with even more candy. Maybe having Pringles instead of candy might be a better idea???
Neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt
Aleecia painting her egg
Mia painting her egg
The girls eggs