Sunday, March 30, 2008

Easter Sunday

So then we flew off to Arizona. 3 hours to Houston, 2 1/2 hours from there to Tucson and then a 1 1/2 hour drive down to Bisbee. Boy, it was a long trip. We finally arrived at 11:30pm their time, which I believe is about 2:30am our time. It was well worth it though. When asked where we were going on vacation Teagan was equally apt to say "to Easter!" as she was to say "to Arizona!".

After a good night's sleep, we got up early (6am Tucson-time early), hunted easter baskets (or bag in Teagan's case...made packing easier), had some yummy breakfast and waited for the neighbor kids to come over. Jess and I hid 107 eggs in the backyard. The girls down the road (transplanted friends from Massachusetts) are aged 6 to 10 years, so with Teagan at 3 and Autumn at 13 years old, we had quite the span, but they all got along great and had lots of fun!The Girls

My Girl.
Stopped to pose for a picture mid-egg hunt :)

The Loot.
In addition to candy and small toys in some of the eggs there, Jess also put numbered papers in and had a prize table the girls got to raid.

And then there was Clay-o-Rama

Teagan's monster of "9"..her favorite number. So 9 legs and 9 eyes, but it was a good monster so it threw heart-shaped missles :)

Later that night, Jess & Pat took us to Old Bisbee for a little walk-around. Quaint artist's colony and old mining town.

Thanks Jess for keeping watch on Teagan!

And so went our Easter Sunday

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