Previously though, this is what the girls had left out for the
The photo on the left is Sophia's little egg basket - she got a Charlie Chick Egg (but the Easter Bunny said that Amber had to help her eat it!), and Amber had a full blown smorgasboard - a bowl of water, some julliene carrots (Amber's idea not mine!) and a sweet letter all displayed on a bed of shredded grass - check out the cheeky character in her bed!
This morning I dressed my little bunnies:
Oh they are so cute - Amber was about to embark on a house bound egg hunt - it's rained all day which prevented our usual egg hunt in the garden. Sophia didn't mind wearing her ears at all and happily giggled every time the band moved.
While Sophia played - cause she refused to sleep all day - Amber and I busied ourselves with the egg hunt, dying eggs and decorating them, eating chocolate (although I did have a tuna salad for, lunch so I tried to be healthy!) and playing the Wii - my arm is so sore after Baseball now! Here is Amber enjoying her eggs:There are more pink and blue eggs than other colours cause as it turns out you have to add vinegar to all the other colours - we didn't have any (as it's not written on the packet), so the other colours didn't stain as well. We just re-dunked those eggs in the pink and blue. The eye and mouth stickers came with the egg dye pack.
Well I hope you all had a wonderful Easter - and for my international friends, hope you're in bed otherwise the Easter Bunny will keep on hopping!