We started easter off with a care package straight from New York, from my grandparents and aunt/uncle. Griffin was intrigued to get such a large box, and we opened it on Saturday to spread out the Easter wealth. There were two easter baskets inside, much to his surprise and joy. He dug right in, in true Griffin style.
Inside he found all sorts of great goodies. One of his favorites was a wooden steam roller. "Just what I've always wanted!" he exclaimed. It's true, too. He has been asking for one.
There were also some fun easter "eggs" in the shape of carrots. He promptly reorganized them to have all his favorite candy (i.e., chocolate) organized inside for whatever reason. This kid and his chocolate! He'll never get tired of it. He is totally his father's son in the chocolate regard.
The next morning, the easter bunny arrived bright and early. He pooped his jelly bean poop in the toilet ("Ewwww!" says Griffin, and then demands to know why he didn't poop in a more appropriate places so he could eat the jelly beans) and left an awesome basket of treats, including even more fun shaped easter eggs.
Then, we headed over to my parents for easter dinner. We quickly hid the eggs and started an egg hunt, with small interruptions for playing in the water, a picnic of appetizers, and playing. He found most of the eggs though.