Ally was so happy that grandma bought a new juicer, they wasted no time in cutting up all kinds of fruits and vegetables to juice, it turned out really yummy.
Gail had a fun Easter egg hunt out back for the kids. They had fun finding eggs, Ava liked it once she figured out there was candy in there. But she never really got the plan of getting a lot, just enjoying the one or two she happened to stumble into.
Luke and Ally raced around getting eggs. I put this picture in also, so you could see the beautiful view behing Grandma and pa-pa's house.
Then we played some games, had egg races, and chick races. Here, if you can't tell, the chicks are racing to see who can be first to make it from the edge of the sheet to the food in the middle. I think batman won. He is the most competitive of the chicks.
And then Sunday, while we were at church, the Easter bunny came. He followed the Campbell tradition of throwing the eggs and candy all over the floor so the kids could rush around and grab it up. Ava could tell it was candy this time and got into the fun. I think the Easter bunny brought too much candy though, as there was still quite a lot on the floor by the time the kids stopped gathering.
We then had a good talk about the real meaning of Easter, and had a great holiday with our family.