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!
Easter seems to have become the holiday of chocolate, so naturally it’s one of Colin’s most favorite days of the year! And, this one didn’t disappoint, especially when you add a ton of Legos, cousins to play with and bunny-shaped pancakes for breakfast!
It wouldn’t be Easter without some egg coloring! This year was just as fun as previous attempts, with buddy Aidan by C’s side. We upgraded the experience with Star Wars stickers, but the coloring part was definitely the highlight. We’re ready for Easter!
It wouldn’t be Easter without chocolate…at least that’s what Colin thinks it’s all about (thanks, dad, cough cough). Well, her certainly got his fill of treats, whether enjoying bunny-shaped pancakes for breakfast, munching on chocolate from his Easter basket or finding little goodies during the egg hunt. But, by far, the most fun was had …
With Easter nearing, it was time for the annual tradition of egg dyeing. This year was twice as nice with Aidan over to join in on the fun. Not all the eggs ended up making it in the end, but it was a noble effort to finish…and a lot of fun!
Easter was a super action-packed day, and we were blessed with excellent weather! That meant tons of time outside, including an egg hunt with more than 100 candy-filled orbs for only six kids, two of which don’t yet eat candy. There was even a surprise visit from the Easter Bunny, who hopped in and out …