Sunday, April 12, 2015

Egg Toss

My Aunt Sam loves Easter. It's one of her favorite holidays. She divides the kids up into two groups - including the biggest kids in college, and high school. They have to take a spoon with an egg in it and go touch my Aunt Becky, and go back to the next person in line. The process continues. If they drop their egg, they get another egg, but it slows them down. Whichever group is done first wins.



That's not the only game played. Our generation has to throw an egg back and forth to our husband. After each throw we have to take a step back. If someone's spouse isn't there a high schooler steps in. 

I got hit hard. Travis' nail hit it, and I caught it, but it broke in my hands. Talk about a mess! I even had egg in my hair. Yuck!

The kids have an egg hunt. It's mostly eggs filled with money, and random prizes. Some I've donated in the past with blog winnings.


Run Mica run!


Isaak runs from the camera. That kid only poses for pictures on his terms these days.




6 comments:

Theresa Mahoney said...

Minus the egg goo, it looks like a lovely Easter was had by all!

Allison is a real jerk when it comes to picture taking lately. I just say, "hey, no pictures, no trips." Since we need photos for blog posts, if she can't pose, then PR isn't going to pay for us to go. Usually makes he toss in a fake smile or two lol.

Ai Sakura said...

looks like a really big and fun family Easter gathering! I like that the adults join in the games too :)

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Masshole Mommy said...

That sounds like so much fun! We never do anything like that...... :(

mail4rosey said...

Ha! I love that the adults play games too! Looks like you all had a great Easter (except for the egg). ;)

~ Noelle said...

How fun!!!!!!!!!!!
So cool that you get such a good turnout and that even the adults get into it... I bet those are great memories for the kids!

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

That egg toss would be fun to do, especially if you were pissed that your husband

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