21 May 2019

Neighborhood Egg Hunt

One of the things we were looking forward to in our new neighborhood was the annual Easter egg hunt. We gathered for a full Easter feast and each family contributed candy filled eggs for the kids to find.
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Our street only has 10 houses and we sure aren't lacking for kids.
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The youngest egg hunters got a head start.
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The older kids searched to find the money-filled golden egg.
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It was finally found hidden in the hill.
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The boys loved finding the confetti-filled eggs.
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After all the eggs were found, one of my neighbors had a bunch of games organized for the kids.
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Finn had some fans cheering him on.
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You often don’t know what you’re getting into when you move into a neighborhood. Fortunately for us, our neighborhood continues to impress us.


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