Anyway, without further ado, here's what we were up to in the days and weeks leading up to Easter.
Fun with Peeps!
I personally don't like Peeps – those sugary marshmallow treats you see everywhere each Easter season – but they are awfully cute and I happened to come across a couple of fun, crafty ideas for them, so I couldn't resist.
I found the idea for these "Peeps Pops" here. We brought a bunch over to the first of several Easter Egg hunts with Owen and they were a big hit.
|A basket of Peeps Pops!|
|Ryan tied all those ribbons. (He wanted to be sure that I mentioned that.)|
And I found this printable Peeps Treat Topper here. I gave these out as small gifts to a few of my favorite "peeps!"
|In case you can't read it, it says, "A little something special for one of my|
Jelly Bean Bark
I found this super easy and fast recipe for a new, fun snack here. It was a big hit at the Peterson family Easter meal.
I bought Owen his first set of finger paints and we had so much fun coloring, gluing, and painting these cards for all his grandparents.
Easter Egg Hunts
Owen enjoyed four(!) different Easter egg hunts this year. And once he discovered that there was candy inside those eggs, he was stoked!