Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Easter Weekend


We kicked off Easter Sunday with a festive breakfast of yogurt and toppings inside Easter eggs. I just loved P's happy face when he saw the eggs! Being a parent is the best thing ever. 

The Easter Bunny made a visit as well...

Bubbles and books were both a hit!


This little critter watched on as Parker opened his goodies. We think he lives under the stairs on the deck and I think he needs a name!

My two favorite guys in the whole world!

We snapped a family Easter photo before heading to brunch downtown. 

Our little town square - adorable, no?  

 Perusing menu options with Dada. Such a big boy!

And wouldn't you know, the Easter Bunny visited while we were out and hid eggs all over the backyard!

Little man just loved finding them!

And throwing them, ha!
Parker had practice egg hunting the day before at an Egg Hunt sponsored by a local church. The event was held at the park at the end of our street, so we took Parker's new wagon out for a spin and walked on over. 

The church did a great job with the event and even had the eggs separated by age so Parker was able to take his time with the rest of the little ones and have so much fun!


Lunch was a potluck but Parker had to get in some playground time first!

Like I said before, being a parent is the best

Happy Easter from the Kleins!

10 comments:

  1. so cute! love the breakfast idea...Elyse would LOVE this!

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    1. Awww, thank you! Anything to get those picky toddlers to eat, amiright?? ;)

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  2. Looks like a good Easter! I love how you did breakfast! I did the same thing but I wish I would have put the plastic eggs in the carton like you did! It makes it much more colorful and festive!

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    1. I just cut the styrofoam carton (that I bought the eggs in) in half! Up-cycling for the win! I have ceramic holders but they are so not-toddler-friendly ;)

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  3. I love serving a meal in plastic eggs and carton, so festive! You got some beautiful pictures of your Easter celebration!

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    1. Thanks so much!! So sad there is a holiday lull now... nothing until July!!

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  4. What a fun easter! I love the snacks in the plastic eggs - what a great and fun idea!

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    1. Thank you!! I think I'll totally do it next year, and I think they'd be a kick in packed lunches for older kids.

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  5. You need to stop being so creative!! I love how you did breakfast in the eggs...bookmarking that for next year!! So so cute.

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    1. You are too sweet, Ashley :) Thank you!

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