Being Brickner : Easter Egg Hunt & Brunch

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Easter Egg Hunt & Brunch

We hosted our annual Easter Egg Hunt and brunch over the weekend, something we look forward to every year!!  We started this with our friends and their little ones after we moved into our house when Waverly was two, and I have loved watching the kids grow each year so much.  Life seems to get busier and crazier all the time, so even though we have a lot of friends who have kids the same age as ours, it's hard to get together that often.  Every time we do, it's so worth it and I find myself thankful for my kids being able to grow up alongside the kids of my best friends from my own childhood.

Waverly was so excited to help with everything this year, we let her hide a couple of the eggs (for the "babies"), and she never turns down an opportunity to help me bake some cupcakes.  We did some mimosas and this French toast bake overnight, and then everyone brought something to share.  The kids had so much fun hunting, although looking back I know to get a lot more eggs to hide next year, turns out four-year olds can hunt way better and faster than three-year olds can. ;)


Our yearly photo at the end, I couldn't get the camera back far enough to get all the kids in the frame, a total of thirteen (so far!).  Love these babes so much!!! :)  You can see last year's hunt here and the year before here & here - all of which confirm my babies are growing TOO fast!  XO

5 comments:

  1. I love that last photo with A trying to grab things out of sisters basket! lol!!

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  2. I love this tradition of yours! Of course their outfits were pure perfection! I love the way you dress those sweet girls.

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  3. Such a fun tradition and I'm sure everyone loves it! I love the yearly photo. XOXO We used to have an annual egg hunt with our friends, but my kids were the youngest in the group and now many of those kids are teenagers. I really miss it!

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  4. So cuteeee!!! Their baskets are too cute!!

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  5. Love this tradition of yours! We do a huge hunt with all the neighborhood kids, but not until Easter Day. My boys need to get some practice in!

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