One of our tradition is coloring eggs, and I still had energy on Saturday morning to color with the kids. Here's Nathaniel, being an 8-year old boy, and Lucy, looking charming and holding the basket of eggs.
Another tradition is an Easter egg hunt at Nana's house. We fill the plastic eggs that are so readily available with candy, and the kids hunt all over the yard. Great fun! Nathaniel searched with cousin Deana, and Lucy searched with cousin Brian.
What would Easter be without flowers? With our unseasonably cool spring, my hyacinths are just beginning to come up, and so were not blooming on Sunday. My Lenten rose, which is related to my Christmas rose (see post of January 29), is up but not showy. Hopefully, it will survive tonight's forecast snowstorm (yes, really, on April 11) and continue to open up.