Leap Into Spring Photo Challenge: Eggs

This week’s Leap Into Spring Photo Challenge is Easter/Eggs.  Given that Easter was just a few weeks ago and I still haven’t shared those photos, I hopped on it.

Like most , our Easter our was full of eggs from decorating and dying…

…to four different egg hunts.  There was one egg hunt with Emmalynn’s class.  Chugging along with a train basket in tow, Little Lion Man tried to keep up with the big kids.

We always love our annual egg hunt with our Moms on the Go friends.

On Easter morning, the Easter bunny left some jellybean-filled eggs in the yard.  Did you know that dump trucks make better Easter baskets?

Then later that day, Grandma hid some eggs in her gorgeous garden, which is perfect for eggs hunts and wanna-be photographers.

After a long, “eggs”hausting hunt run in Grandma’s huge yard, we rewarded ourselves with the Cadbury Creme Egg Cupcakes I baked for dessert.

Yep, it was a truly “eggs”elent Easter.

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Denise Mestanza-Taylor+

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12 thoughts on “Leap Into Spring Photo Challenge: Eggs

  1. These are such lovely photos, Denise! So many beautiful Easter memories captured. That one photo of your son running after the Easter eggs is just precious!

    Thanks so much for joining us in the Leap Into Spring Photo Challenge! I’m glad that you were able to make it in time! I hope you’ll be able to join us again this week as we move on to “blossoms/trees”. Have a great weekend! 🙂

  2. Your kids look like they had an absolute blast celebrating Easter.
    Your pictures of the egg hunt in the garden are so vibrant and beautiful.

  3. The gap tooth smile is my favorite. We went on our first egg hunt this year and I’m pretty sure I had more fun than the kids.

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