The Night I Looked At You I Found A Dream That I Could Speak To
Monday, April 2, 2012
Saturday morning, Ella took part in her first Easter Egg Hunt with the neighborhood crew. I set out early to meet up with the other co-pres from our mom's group. We had the honor of tossing 400 candy-filled eggs in a huge field near our university. I've said it before and I'll say it again: we love our neighborhood. (My six month tenure is up as co-presiding over our mom's group and it has been great getting to know the other families a bit better because of my role.) The ground was soaking wet and it was pretty chilly.
We lined up the little ones first and let them snag a few before the older kids were cut loose.
Ella carefully selected three eggs from the wet grass and declared she was done. See that expression?
Unlike some of the other kids who had a blast stuffing their baskets to the brim! Truth be told, she saw the donuts ... with chocolate frosting.
And we hardly ever have donuts, so it was as big of a deal as looking for Easter eggs.