Saturday was filled with egg-tra fun (lets see how many times I can incorporate egg into a word) as we attended our church's annual Easter egg hunt. I love that we have an awesome church family that can gather together for fun and fellowship on a beautiful spring afternoon. There were thousands of eggs to hunt, and my little tot came away with just one. She was just too egg-cited about the egg filled with cheerios to hunt for any more. Before we knew it, they were all gone.
We had a little fish cook out that evening with my dad. A sure loves to swing. I got in a little outdoor photography during the beautiful afternoon, because I love you (and your my guinea pigs!) I'll share those.
Then, we hosted both of our families at our home Sunday for Easter Dinner and Egg Hunt. I think we counted a total of 16 adults and 6 kids with almost 200 eggs to find. They were egg-asperated after all of that hunting.
Lucky for us the 80% chance of thunderstorms vanished and we were left with a gorgeous Sunday afternoon out on the deck.
As for the decorations, most of the items came from thrift stores and the dollar tree, 'cuz that's how we roll. I used a little craft paint to spiffy them up and a cake tent as a cloak for our glittery egg center piece. Proof that you can totally be fancy on a dime budget.
And to round out this Easter Egg-travaganza, here is our Easter Sunday picture of the Mr, myself and A.
Hope you enjoyed our look into The Fogue Abode's Easter festivities.
P.S. That was 6 Egg-traordinary Egg Words!!!