Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Easter

We had a great Easter this year (in fact we had 3 Easters!) On Easter Sunday we went to my parents house in Heber and had a really fun Easter Egg Hunt. Every year my parents hide 3 special eggs for the "grown ups". This year there were 2 golden eggs one had $100 in it and the other had $50, and there is a silver egg with $20. Traci and Skylar got the $100, Ryan and Marci got $50, and John and I got $20. John will still argue that it wasn't fair, but I say "Hey, that's $20 we didn't have before!" The kids all got fun stuff from Grandma and Grandpa. Aunt Sheri and Tom also gave all of the kids nice little Easter gifts (she is always so thoughtful!). Then we did Easter baskets at home on Tuesday (the kids are still little so they don't know when Easter really is). The Easter bunny spoiled the kids! I think we just might be the only family out there that LOVES Peeps! Ella already loves them as well! Then the next Sunday we went to Nana and Papa's in Lehi. Ella had her very own Easter egg hunt! John and TJ battled it out (like they always do!) and both ended up with over $100 and coupons to redeem, such as; breakfast at Jim's, no work for a week (I'd like to see John try to redeem that at work-lol), movie on mom and dad, do something nice for mom, and other good stuff. Here are some of the pictures.

5 comments:

The Kooky Queen--Rachel said...

Look at all those babies!!!!!!! They're so cute!

Rocksee said...

Aww eeveryone looks like they had a great time!! YAY! Those Eisenhart kiddos are sure adorable!

Davis Rockstars said...

Cute! Your kids are getting so big.

Alexis AKA MOM said...

Bummer on not winning big but hey I agree more then you started with :). Looks like a HUGE loot they got right on! Love all the pictures the kids look so cute ;).

Adrian's Crazy Life said...

Yikes! I just had a flashback to my college days. I went to a party where they had an Easter egg hunt. They had eggs for the adults too. Only they had joints in them! My how times have changed. Of course, that was in California. I don't think that would fly too well here in Utah.