We celebrated Easter on Saturday at Aunt Debbie's house.
It was a pretty relaxing, uneventful day- i.e. no family drama:)
Sydney hid the eggs for the "Big Hunt". I rounded up the kids, layed down the ground rules and released them for the hunt.
Nana supplied the eggs filled with cash and stretchy bunnies.
Who knew that such a seemingly innocent activity could turn into mass bunny mutilation?
After the hunt while the kids were checking out their loot, somebody discovered that stretching the bunnies out far enough would result in their heads popping off.
Even Nana joined in the beheading of these poor little bunnies.
Luckily, I was around to reign them all in and give them a lesson in decapitation.
I just love those teachable moments;)
The fun, however, did not stop there...
Griffin had received tattoos in his Easter basket, so we proceeded to share this body art with all of those present... including (and especially) those over 80.
My grandmother was our first victim.
While she was taking a breathing treatment, she allowed us to give her this...
Not to be outdone by my Nannie, my 96 year old Great-Aunt joined in on the excitement. I actually don't know that she truly understood what was happening at the time, as we approached her while she was napping;)