12 hard-boiled eggs dyed, plus 5 uncooked eggs that were in the fridge when the kids begged for more eggs to color
2 baskets that the bunny crammed full of goodies
12 eggs hidden in our living room
3 presents for each preschooler from Mommy and Daddy
72 more eggs filled by the bunny and taken to Grandma and Grandpa Owl’s house for the big egg hunt
3 kids racing around a squishy, wet, muddy yard looking for eggs, and loving every minute
6, 7, or was it 8? marshmallow chicks Peanut ate faster than I’d ever seen chicks disappear before
2 eggs of sparkly silly putty, which were a BIG hit
67 minutes driving home from Grandma’s with one or the other child asking every 5 minutes if we were home yet
And 2 worn-out kids, tucked into beds, with visions of candy and new toys dancing in their heads — and soon to be 1 tuckered out momma snoozing away, too!
What numbers would you use to describe your Easter weekend?
Chris Carter says
I got nothing’. Too exhausted and completely empty from the week’s events. So- 0 is my number! LOL
Me too! Yesterday was a loooong day here! Could not wait to crawl into bed!
This Busy Life says
1 trip to our daughters house for Easter.
2 excited pups that got to see their ‘girls’
3 great days spent together.
4 happy people!
Those sound like some great numbers! 🙂
And a partridge in a pear tree..lol!
I don’t celebrate easter so I guess my number was zero. 🙂
Zero is a number —
Now, I need to read your post on organizing the office….