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annual easter extravaganza

Another Easter has come and gone. 
And another successful celebration with friends and family.
We had a group of about 20 people out to the farm yesterday for a very delicious brunch and some seriously competitive egg hunts. 
I'll give you a quick little recap starting with the decor and food. 
Of course.

Everyone brought something to add to the menu, and we had a feast.
I whipped up this blueberry french toast casserole, found HERE...
And some cinnamon rolls on a stick. I will do a post on how I made these soon.
After we stuffed ourselves, and the children were getting stir crazy in our tiny farmhouse, we headed outside to wide open spaces.
We dyed 5 dozen eggs, and Brody dyed his leg blue.
And his face and jacket orange.
Considering he is by far our tidiest child, I was a little surprise.
And he was freaking out a tad.
BUT they turned out beautiful still.
The long awaited egg hunts were ready to commence.
The kids competition was nice.
They were friendly with one another and zero trash talking took place.
I can't say that was the case for the adults.
We did have a cash prize after all.
And I nearly won.
I particularly enjoyed watching the guys.
We hid the eggs quite well if I do say so myself.
And in addition to the killer hiding spots, they also took it upon themselves to quickly snag eggs from others baskets.
 Bennett was less than amused with all of the excitement, but I have high hopes for his second Easter.
It was such a fun day!
Can't wait to do it again next year.
I'm already training for the egg hunt... watch your back Emma! :)


  1. This is adorable and looks like so much fun! Makes me want to start this tradition with friends and family. Although, I know my competitive nature and it might not end well :/

  2. Yum, your food looks so amazing!!


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