Saturday, April 11, 2009

Here Comes Peter Cottontale...

Hopping down the HyVee Aisle...that is. We stopped last night to get supplies before heading over to Amy's apartment to dye Easter Eggs.
Here are the results of their creative efforts. Happy Easter!

9 comments:

M said...

Oh that's one BIG bunny!
I love to color eggs too...I did it with my K's yesterday....even though I made a parent very angry for not representing all holidays...oh well....I never really thought eggs were about Jesus anyways?!

Renna said...

What darling pictures of your darling daughters. It's good to know they haven't outgrown the fun of dying eggs at Easter! ;-)

StitchinByTheLake said...

Cute pictures! I took my Easter decorations down today since I'm leaving town and won't be back for two weeks. I didn't want to face them then since I'll be cleaning house getting ready for a family reunion. I read this week that you can cut up an old silk tie (cut a big square out of the middle, wrap that square around an egg, then wrap a piece of white fabric around that and secure the top with a rubber band to keep it on, boil it for 25 minutes in water with a splash or two of vinegar and then let it dry. When you unwrap it the dyes will have gone onto the egg. Sounds fascinating doesn't it? blessings, marlene

Tangerine Kitty said...

How cute!! My daughter would run from the Easter Bunny.....

I hope you and your family have a wonderful Easter.

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Carol said...

That is a tall bunny unless your girls are short but they don't seem short!

I LOVED coloring eggs as a kid!! Happy memories. Fun times.

Seasons said...

Hi Natalie,
Until I was nine years old, my family lived in Iowa, and i remember going to the HyVee to shop with my mom. Sometimes they had a quick bite to eat- a hot dog AND a soda, for a nickle. Can you believe it? We had such fun shopping together, and I do now, with my son and daughter. We dyed our eggs today, also. Have a bleesed Easter!
Nancy

Tolentreasures said...

How cute, Your daughters are just so adorable! So happy looking!

Have a great Easter!

Cathy

Gaston Studio said...

Have a wonderful day!
Jane

MSM said...

I never have my camera at the grocery store! Then again, I've never seen giant bunnies there, so....

Fun!