Of course we had to color Easter eggs, the kids were very worried that the Easter Bunny wouldn't know where to find them, but I assured them that I left a note for him.
Easter morning before church. The kids were not being very cooperative about pictures, maybe that's because the Easter Bunny hadn't come yet. They still look beautiful in their new outfits, thanks to Grandma Marie :)
After church we came home to find the house covered with yarn and the kids each had to follow their color of yarn to find their baskets. It was a little messy but a lot of fun.
After they emptied their baskets it was time to hunt for eggs. The Easter bunny did such a good job hiding them that I think there are still some there. What a wonderful day, it was awesome to spend it with our "far away" Grandparents.
There are so many fun thing to do when we visit the Ginn's. One of the kids favorite things is going to feed the horses. Grandpa brings a giant bag of carrots and the kids really just love it.
At some point Lauren decided that she had given enough carrots away, so she sat down and ate one herself.
The Beach!! We spent one day at the beach and it was awesome! The weather was perfect, the kids had so much fun playing in the sand and chasing the waves. We even got to see some dolphins playing in the surf, which Ed told us he has never seen before at that beach.
Sea World! We also got to spend a day at Sea World which was fabulous of course. The kids loved The tide pools and the aquarium. The Shamu show and the dolphin show were so much fun, but we learned that if you sit in the "soak zone" you will be soaked. We didn't get just a little wet like I thought, we quite literally got soaked, but it was all part of the fun.
There is a park across the street from the Ginn's house so we spent a lot of time there, swinging and sliding and chasing rabbits and squirrels. What a fun vacation, thanks Ed and Marie we all had a wonderful time!!