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.
Our street only has 10 houses and we sure aren’t lacking for kids.
The youngest egg hunters got a head start.
The older kids searched to find the money-filled golden egg.
It was finally found hidden in the hill.
The boys loved finding the confetti-filled eggs.
After all the eggs were found, one of my neighbors had a bunch of games organized for the kids.
Finn had some fans cheering him on.
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.