My sister and brother in law were able to join us bringing my two niece’s Adie and Paya. Adie is 3 and Paya turned 1 the day before Easter. Adie really got into the egg hunt this year.
Because my nieces were in town, we had a special egg hunt before the rest of us got our chance. We had some eggs hidden on the back patio for the kids. Adie found these after lots of pointing. Lucky her grandma (my mom) was there to help her get the eggs just outside of her reach.
The fun begins when we all line up on the bottom of the driveway to run into the backyard and get eggs! Even Adie and my mom were ready to run up the driveway!
My nana and papa have a variety of fruit trees in their back yard. The wonderful thing about living in Southern California is the variety of trees that grow and thrive in our climate. Not only is there fresh citrus in their backyard, but the peach tree is in full bloom and the apples are growing! I sense lots of homemade applesauce in Adie’s near future!
Even the Avocado tree is full of fruit!
It was a real treat to have Adie and Paya down for Easter!