Me and my girls rolling eggs down the big hill by our camping spot. Yes, rolling eggs. It is a south/central Utah thing I have come to find out. We don't eat our Easter eggs, never have, never will. The thought of eating an Easter egg makes me sick! We roll them, but soon after this picture was taken, the rolling turned into a massive egg fight. I have a bruised right thigh today to prove it.
All the Crane grandkids, 14 of them, and their grandparents, Larry and Ellen.
The moms stuffed and hid plastic Easter eggs, I am guessing around 200 at least and that is not an exaggeration! The kids loved it.
Kendal knew grandpa would give her food in mass quantities that mom wouldn't. She liked hanging out with grandpa and the snacks.
Kendal loved baby Lilly and loved Wilma the dog.
Alysen, Ashley, Kelsey, and Kendal ~ All the cousins got along really well. It was so great for Kendal to be around the ones her age, there are 6 of them. She jabbered right back at them and carried on conversations, even though they can all talk pretty well, they were very understanding of Kendal's jabbering.
We called this our 2 year old picnic. I had some cheese and crackers so I gathered up a few 2 year olds and we hid behind one of the trailers and had a picnic. This picnic group was Kendal, Adri, and Lainee. After they would eat them all, we would sneak back and get more snacks and then return to our picnic spot. We usually found another little one along the way to join us. After awhile the picnic-ers became so numerous, I ran out of snacks and we no longer fit on the 4 wheeler.
More kite flying.
Kids scrambling for a ride with uncle Mikey.
Matt brought his bow and Kendal loved retrieving the arrows for dad. She is such an outdoorsy little girl. The pictures make it look really warm, but it wasn't all that warm. That cold wind would come around and crowd us back to the fire every now and then. It is a good thing Mark brought us a little coal for the stove in our tent! My little family of 4 still managed to get our first sunburn of the year though!
Thanks Cranes for a super time. Kelsey told me today that yesterday and the day before were her best days ever and her favorite Easter!