All week, I've been obsessing about the weather. Would it rain? Cloudy? Super windy? Why?
Well, because it was time for Rain Dragon's Red Egg Birthday Hunt! We invited her whole class (and some other friends) and a wet egg hunt was not preferred.
But, thankfully, the sun shone and our backyard looked like this:
|We learned from last year to rope off the egg searching area so that no one got a head start!|
We used decorations from years past:
And other outdoor objects found a new use:
|The Totoro House (renovated due to damage done by snow) housed some special eggs...|
Everything and everyone was ready and waiting....
|I try to explain the rules to a bunch of 4 year olds!|
For the Red Egg Hunt to begin! GO!
|the crazy chaos!|
Some kids went one way:
Other kids went another:
|Rain Dragon might have had a good idea where a bunch of eggs were hidden...|
The labyrinth was well searched:
|Unlike last year, the planets were on the ground.|
Until all the eggs were found!
After all that excitement, there's nothing like some good high-sugar cake to keep things livened up:
|a Totoro cake, of course! Like all our projects now, a collaborative effort! Rain Dragon made the ducks and placed all the decorations (which is why they are all facing different directions).|
For a happy birthday song and wish for my favorite four (!) year old:
|i can't believe she is 4!|
What did she wish? I don't know, but I wouldn't be surprised if it was to have her birthday girl status everyday because she definitely took advantage of it:
|She got her friend to push her all around the yard and race around the labyrinth!|
Happy 4th Birthday, Rain Dragon!