Our Easter

06/04/2015 21:38

Our Easter weekend has been about family time, and nothing else. I think all 4 of us have benefited from it in one way or another and although relatively simple, it's been one of the better Easter weekends in my life. Like I told you in my last post we started with baking, eating well and a little retail therapy. Easter Sunday itself involved lots of presents and eating the obligatory roast lamb, but not without a family walk and visiting a lovely little local church. I spent some of my youth living in a picturesque village and I enjoy strolling round them even now - admiring old cottages and church yards. 


Easter Church


Today being Easter Monday, we didn't much feel like slowing down with the festivities and visited our local country park for an Easter Egg Hunt even that was put on by Daventry District Council and well backed by the local newspaper who supplied vouchers to make the event a free one. It was both childrens first time attending an Easter Egg Hunt, and although Alice knew nothing about it, Clayton had a great time. The event was really well organised for a freebie and was well attended. It was fantastic to see so many young families enjoying the outdoors together. We registered for the event by the reservoir (the same one, we went puddle splashing alongside a few weeks back) and picked up a question sheet. We followed a trail through the woods and the rest of the grounds at the country park in search of clues to answer our questions. I liked the fact they had themed it this was, as all of the questions were about Easter traditions in England and the history of the day, which made it an educational day for all ages. I even learnt a thing or two.


Easter WalkEaster Toddler Carrying BobaEaster Egg Trail QuizEaster Toddler Carrying


When we had all of our answers, we exchanged them for a small prize before being let loose in the outdoor play park to search for sweets and chocolate treats. Clayton loved holding the paper as we searched for answers, loved carrying his basket around and loved taking breaks from egg hunting to play in the park. His little smile was enough to brighten up any day (and it did, because although it was a cold foggy morning, the sun was beautiful the rest of the day!).


Easter BasketHappy Easter Egg HuntingEaster Egg HuntEaster Swinging


Overall we had a great long Easter weekend. I hope you all did too! Happy Easter from all of the Costello family...

Easter Family Selfie

Topic: Our Easter

Date: 20/04/2015

By: Clare Nicholas

Subject: adorable

Loving little man's easter basket, just adorable

Date: 19/04/2015

By: Fritha

Subject: tigerlilly quinn

Happy Easter to you to! lovely family shot :)

Date: 17/04/2015

By: Laura

Subject: Easter

That looks like such a nice, free event and it sounds like you all enjoyed a fantastic Easter.

Date: 16/04/2015

By: Michelle

Subject: Easter

It sounds like you had a lovely easter :)

Date: 14/04/2015

By: Globalmousetravels

Subject: post

Lovely pictures and it looks like you've had a great Easter!

Date: 13/04/2015

By: Rachel

Subject: Cute

It looks like you had a great time and look at how bushy your beard is getting! Amazing...

Date: 13/04/2015

By: Ninacat

Subject: comment

HAppY Easter

I love a good Easter egg hunt

Date: 13/04/2015

By: Kara

Subject: Easter

Looks like the perfect Easter to me - sunshine, easter egg hunts and family time together

Date: 12/04/2015

By: mummys little blog

Subject: www.mummyslittleblog.com

sounds like a lot of fun and a beautiful family. We love a egg hunt always alot of fun!

Date: 12/04/2015

By: Ness

Subject: Easter

We did a woodland Easter trail. I'm sure there was nothing like that when I was a child.

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