We've enjoyed the most wonderful Easter. Will and Jack made marshmallow stuffed bunnies on sticks for their teachers. Jack dressed up as an Israelite and Introduced the Palm Sunday play at his school. His reading has come a long way in the last 2 months and he had no trouble at all with the 'Triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem."
With Stu working all weekend the boys had plenty of time to play in the backyard and enjoy a boiled egg and soldier breakfast which has become an Easter tradition. Grandpa joined us for a seafood feast on Good Friday and I made my first fish pie.
We took the Easter Steam train ride and enjoyed a Blind Duck lunch in Bungendore on Saturday.
The boys slept in until 8am on Easter Sunday and were excited that the bunny had been. Jack read the note which led them on a hunt through the front yard. They spaced out their hollow cadbury eggs but still had some trouble with the sugar highs.
We had a delicious lunch with Sam, John and Jules followed by afternoon tea with the best china, more chocolate and red spiders at Grandpa's house.
Nanna, Pop, Aunties, Uncles and Cousins enjoyed a bbq dinner on the deck. The neighbors topped it off by showering more chocolates over the fence and we spent our family day on Monday oiling the deck and cleaning the barbeque. It looks like new again.