easter egg hunt

In one of the books that I read to Remy, Happy Easter, Little Critter, all of the church-going critter children have an Easter egg hunt in a field. I loved that idea so much, so I decided to have one of our own!

I bought the cutest baskets from Michael’s, eggs from Dollarama, and made them bunny ear floral crowns. Then I waited for a warm day. I told them that the Easter bunny would be coming twice this year- once to do an egg hunt in the field, and once when it was really Easter. They were just so, so, so excited. It was the sweetest thing!

The Easter bunny left them baskets and a sign outside …

then laid out the eggs in the field …

and off we went to find them.

This will now be a yearly tradition for us. I can’t express enough how much joy it brought to everyone. The neighbour even joined in!

Have a hoppy Easter, everyone!

Emory

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what i bought.

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confectionary vintage is a beautiful vintage clothing shop that i first came across on instagram. situated on etsy, this store is curated by courtney edgar, who handpicks and photographs each lovely item that is up for sale. not one for vintage clothing, when i saw this sailor top i just had to have it. i thought that it was the cutest thing that i had found in awhile!

the peace sign pin that i am wearing was actually free with an urban outfitters purchase. i could not resist pairing it with my retro wardrobe.

have a wonderful tuesday!!

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