Saturday, April 11, 2009


After our never-ending Valentine's Day, we cut short all but one Easter egg hunt, thus doing less to take the focus off of the significance of this holy day. Our church's children's staff did a fabulous job putting together a fun-filled morning for the kids. Audrey was beside herself all week anticipating the "Easter hunt"; however, the weather did not match her very warm enthusiasm. The forecast looked promising, but they failed to note the lingering winds from yesterday's thunderstorms and tornadoes. It's probably a good thing I didn't know just how cold it was until we got to the park where the "Stonemill Eggstravaganza" took place. If I had known, I probably would have canceled the whole outing, which means the kids would not have had a chance to hunt Easter eggs:

or listen to the preschool director narrate a puppet show:

or "egg" Pastor Chris (with whipped cream and pudding):

or carry an egg with a spoon:

or take part in a 3-"egged" race:

or play on the playground with their friends:


CrossView said...

Oh my! You captured the expressions so well! Looks like such fun!

4 Lettre Words said...

What fun! Great pics!