In our annual egg dying tradition, this year we stepped it up by making our own natural dyes. In actuality, I researched and gave instructions whilst LegenDaddy did the actual making of dye.
Instead of the typical Hot Cross Buns made on Good Friday (or Easter), we tried out Joy the Baker's Hot Cross Biscuits. Pretty delicious, and they disappeared in less than 24 hours.
On Saturday, we attended a Bunny Hunt put on by a local farm. Fun, but a little overwhelming with the amount of people. The boys were mostly made happy by a cookie at the end of the Hunt. Disregard B's ridiculously grumpy look - he loved the treat.
A peek at our be-yoo-tiful naturally dyed eggs.
We bravely (or perhaps, more accurately - crazily) brought the boys to the Easter Vigil. LegenDaddy ended up taking the boyOs home after an hour, but I got to enjoy the entire mass.
Easter Day we celebrated with simple baskets in the morning, hidden in our house for the boys to find. I only put one egg with treats and a chocolate bunny, and then the rest of the eggs were used later for an indoor egg hunt. The weather was beautiful in the morning but by afternoon, it was drizzling. We rested, read books, ordered food out so as not having to dirty up our kitchen, and all around enjoyed family time.
Hope your Easter celebrations were delightful as well!
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