Just a quick snapshot of the kids in their element. Luca (10), Autumn (7), Mia (5). Luca is starting 5th grade this fall and Autumn and Mia have their September birthdays coming up. All are currently in the same school this year. They were really excited to all be riding the bus and we all hope they will be able to attend in person together sometime this year.
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Kicking off spring break with a trip to the Lumberyard bike park
Mia navigating the turns
Autumn took on the hills of all sizes!
Luca was at home exploring all the tracks and of course taking the shortcuts and jumps
Both Luca and Autumn were walking at 10 months. Looks like Mia wants to join the club sooner rather than later.
…and just moments later
It’s time for Grammie’s annual Easter Extravaganza!
The kids arrived excited and were greeted by an equally excited Grammie. The yard was decorated with giant inflatable balloons. The kids noticed rabbit tracks and followed them into the house.
Once inside it was time for a “little snack”. Grammie had a few things set out…. hahaha not… Grammie always goes big and she did her thing. There was a huge spread of food for the kids. Fruit, yum bowls, sandwiches, veggies, avocado, hummus, oh my!!
Mia got in on the action with some mango, apples, and avocado
After craft time the kids followed Grammie down the hall and into … Grammie’s Carnival. There were games, bean bags, fishing, spinners, and so much fun.
Autumn loved throwing the bean bags most of all
Luca loved “hulk smashing” all the things
While Mia and mom played with the spinner
After all the games it was time to dye some eggs. Kitty spent the previous night making all the dyes with natural ingredients. Blueberries made a deep purple, cabbage made blue, turmeric yellow. The eggs and colors turned out awesome.
Mia watched as Luca ran the dying operation
The finished product
After the eggs were done and all the games played Grammie had another surprise for the kids.
yes they were real 🙂
Autumn looked up and said, “I think the bunny likes me”
After the bunnies it was CHICKS!!! The four little chicks cheeped away as the kids held and fed them.
The Easter Bunny stopped by to say hello, give the kids some special plates, and books. Before he left that sneaky bunny hid all the eggs.
But the kids were able to find them all … or did they? We’ll check in with Grammie in a few weeks to see if any were missed.
So it was another busy but super fun day at Grammie’s Easter Extravaganza for our little ohana. As the kids sleep now they are snuggled up to their little toy bunnies, no doubt dreaming of all the fun they had.
Mia absolutely loves her big brother. I think he makes her laugh more than anyone else.