Our Easter weekend was packed full of fun, although true to typical English weather it rained most of the bank holiday weekend. Even though it was a little miserable, I thought I would make the most of it. As you may know we planned a Easter egg hunt for Emily (you can find out what we included here).
I wanted to make this Easter special for Emily as it is the first one she is old enough to know what is going on. I didn't think that she would be as interested in the egg hunt as she was, and the bunny feet definitely helped. We were planning on doing the Easter egg hunt on the Sunday, but the weather on Friday was too good to pass up. The sun was out and shining, so we moved it to the Friday, I borrowed my grandma's garden as we live in a flat and it isn't really ideal for a Easter egg hunt.
Emily had so much fun running up and down the garden, she enjoyed searching for the eggs although she didn't understand that the plastic eggs were actually filled with chocolate and treats for her. I guess this is a good thing as she concentrated on finding them all rather than just the first one she found. Surprisingly Emily carried the bucket majority of the time. I do think she did really well considering she is only 18 months old, and I think that the card bunny feet made it easier for her to find the eggs.
Out of all the bits Emily got from the eggs her favourite was the bubbles, she had lots of fun trying to catch them, and kept saying 'pop pop pop' while she was trying to catch the bubbles. We decided not to give Emily her Easter basket until Easter Sunday, just because we figured that it would be too overwhelming to have it all in one day. Emily was so grateful for everything in her Easter basket, and egg hunt. Her favourite thing was definitely her little bunny. I did vlog the day - you can see it here.