So we woke up to about an inch of snow laying on top of the grass. That’s right. It wasn’t down all the way on the ground. The grass collected it. Plus it was gone by 2pm because the ground was not frozen anymore. But still the snow put a little damper on our plans for an egg hunt. No matter, though. We decided to do a scavenger hunt of sorts. With the kids baskets on the table, we took individual colored M & Ms and did a little trail to the top of the stairs. Green for Jacob, purple for Jamie, and pink for Mazie.
The kids thought it was fun…plus they did get to eat their trail before breakfast!
Peter was even nice enough to hide eggs inside this year. The kids didn’t seem to mind!
After check out all their candy goodies, it was time for a yummy ham dinner and some cake (which you can read about at the business site). Many of you know Easter is the only time I make ham. It’s just because it’s so much work for the leftovers because I have to make some ham and green beans and some ham pot pie with the leftover ham. (By the way, ham pot pie is not a pie with ham in it. It is yummy filth with home-made dumpling noodles…a Pennsylvania Dutch treat!) So that’s what we have to look forward to after the Easter dinner.