After an amazing week in Jamaica, and a three-hour delay on the return trip home, we were pretty exhausted come Easter. But that didn’t stop us from some basket hunting, yummy brunching and quality time with family!
For the fifth year in a row, the Kohrs and Tuckers assembled for some egg dyeing chaos. Luckily, it was a nice day so they could burn a little energy outside beforehand, but it was still quite the crazy adventure nonetheless!
It was a first – and likely a last – but we managed to have our own private egg hunt at Ticonderoga Farms! A dreary morning kept other families away, so we had the whole place to ourselves – including pedal carts, a jumpy pillow, slides, a hayride and – of course – a hunt…
Another year and another fabulous Easter! There were a few firsts this year though, as it was the first time the Easter Bunny visited the Tucker residence, and the first family Easter brunch. After the morning together, the afternoon was all about family time with great company, food and time outside hunting eggs!
It’s our 600th post! We found a relatively low-key egg hunt to get in the spirit of Easter this year. Colin and Owen took what was rightfully theirs during a beautiful afternoon at Frying Pan Farm Park, and then celebrated hanging out with some animals and a playground!
After scoring tickets to the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame induction, we thought the Tucker luck had run out. But, alas, we hit the jackpot with four tickets for the White House Easter Egg Roll. It was a perfect evening of kid-friendly fun in our nation’s most famous home. Here’s some of the action!
Easter day ended with an all-out egg hunt among four little boys (two of which were very, very little). So, C and J got hooked up with all kinds of treats, but everyone had fun – even the Easter Bunny!
Easter was a perfect day this year – warm, sunny and filled with quality family fun outdoors. Not to mention, the Easter Bunny paid a visit. Here are a few highlights from the day.
Easter means eggs – specifically having fun with friends dyeing them! This was year three with the Kohr family, where we seemed to add a new kid each year. Up to four boys, which proved enough for a messy, fun morning!