They ate nearly all the candy in their baskets:
2 Cadbury cream eggs
4 eggs filled with Jellybeans and Cadbury's malted eggs
1 - 5oz (the big one) See's Chocolate Easter bunny.
Good thing first Easter bunny of the day wasn't very generous.
About half an hour later was this:
The Easter Hangover. After a 15 minute freak-out by the eldest, we sat them down for a much needed Bob the Builder/Banana/Potato Patty/cheese stick rest. Note: this is now 8:30 AM. Erin requested the shades drawn tight, her sunglasses, and a cozy blanket.
Then it was onto the next event: brunch at Grammy and Papa's club. The girls met the Easter Bunny with much glee.
There was a baby-animal petting zoo too. The caretaker told Brian a story about co-sleeping with a convelescing cow. Hard. Core. One more egg hunt too, but the candy factor was minimal.
I wish we had more pictures of them with their Miller cousins, but we were not taking the pictures. *ahemDawn* can we get those? The girls ate themselves silly with bacon, berries, and pancakes, Oh, other than the 2+ chocolate bunnies plus loads of chocolate kisses provided by the Miller Easter bunny. We enjoyed the company of Grammy, Papa, Great Granny, Aunt D, Cousin C and K, Uncle Heath and companion Katie , and N&N. Good times.
Then back across the bay to Grandma and Grandpa's house for another egg hunt, more candy, more cousins, and more fun! The girls ran these boys ragged, and the UOMcF boys were awesome, as always, with the girls.
I think the girls were finally worn out.