Happy Easter!

It’s now 7.15am and the kids are already covered from head to toe in chocolate!

Don’t worry though, they’ve been up since 6am and I made them eat their breakfast first, lol!

Ricky had his boiled eggs dyed yellow from gorse flowers and thought it was hilarious.

Robbie is eating chocolate for the first time ever and, unsurprisingly, it’s the first thing in the past few weeks that he hasn’t felt the need to continually thrown on the floor from his highchair… 🙂

Have a happy easter, whatever you’re doing and wherever you are!


3 Responses to “Happy Easter!”

  1. 1 Jenny
    March 23, 2008 at 9:09 am

    Happy Easter Suzy! I’ve never heard of anyone dying eggs with gorse flowers – very creative. I love the smell of gorse in the sunshine; it reminds me of coconut and summertime. Mmmm.

  2. 2 Lou
    March 23, 2008 at 11:39 am

    Gorse petals give off a coconut smell on a warm day which is probably why it reminds you of summer.

    It’s a real pest of a thing though – I recently spent a Sunday afternoon at my cousins attempting to help him clear some gorse in the back of his paddock. There was far too much though so he went down the chemical route and sprayed it all. It reminds me that I must ask him how it went as it was supposed to die off after a few weeks.

    Anywho, have a great Easter weekend Suzy!!

  3. March 24, 2008 at 8:01 pm

    Awww, sounds like a lovely Easter! Smart kid, that Robbie – chocolate is not to be wasted! 🙂

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