Monday, April 23, 2012

Easter Fun

The girls were super excited about Easter, they asked for days if it was time for the Easter Bunny to come yet.  The night before Reagan had been eating a piece of bread and had left it on the coffee table, after she went to sleep I threw it away, she was so excited the next morning that the Easter Bunny had eaten it!  She keeps talking about how the Easter Bunny ate her bread and I didn't tell her any different.
They came downstairs and brought back up the baskets and put them on our bed, they opened up the hollow chocolate bunnies and immediately had chocolate all over the bed!  Reagan of course ate as much candy as she could as quickly as possible, Payton loved the little gel pens in her basket.
Payton slid down the wet slide and flew off the end after she got the eggs off the fort at the top, she was cracking up!

After Church we went to Bryan Park and had a picnic lunch with Tung's Mom and Grandma, the azalea garden there is so beautiful, I love these pictures of the girls with all the pretty azalea's behind them.

Governor's Egg Hunt

We were able to go to the Governor's Egg Hunt this year at the Capitol.  It was a lot of fun.  They had a lot of activities for kids and of course egg hunting.  All the eggs had tootsie rolls inside, or stickers, we weren't lucky enough to get any prize eggs. It was crazy with everyone rushing for the eggs at once, Tung grabbed Payton and took off and I took Reagan, they had age groups timed out but after the Governor spoke he said "let the egg hunt begin" and everyone ran!  A Times Dispatch photographer took a lot of pictures of the girls and they ended up in a video they made and put on their website.
Reagan drawing a picture in a card for the USO to give to the troops.

Payton getting her face painted.

I think the Governor looks funny with all the mascots behind him.

I found one!  Then I had to tell her to just keep grabbing or she wasn't going to get anymore than that one!

With their buddy Nutzy

Their first ever picture with the Easter Bunny.

On the hill in front of the Capitol.