I’m a little late posting this (oops) but here is how we spent Easter this year. On Good Friday we munched on the Hot Cross Buns I slaved over the day before (still bitter hot cross buns, but you did taste pretty darn gooood) and then headed over to the Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt down by Tower Bridge (in Potter’s Field).
Free chocolate is one of my very most favourite thing’s!
Technically it wasn’t really a hunt as each child was only allowed to collect 5 items (1 of each type). Since our kiddo’s are notoriously competitive we gave them their own race amongst themselves. There were lots of younger children wandering about so it was a walking race. Master 8 won hands down with Master 10 coming in a close second.
They got a bag full of little eggs as they exited the hunt too. Sadly for some reason I couldn’t pass for an under 12 and didn’t get to compete but they did have a free chocolate sampling for grown ups so I was cool with that.
To finish off we popped in for the free Easter-themed face-painting.
The poor girl’s manning the tent had to fend off every boy over the age of 2 insisting he didn’t want to be a bunny or a chicken and in the end we managed to squeeze out of them…a Zombie Bunny
…a Vampire Bunny
…and a very creepy looking creature with the perfunctory bunny ears drooping beside his eyes.
We walked home to burn off some of the chocolate-induced sugar high…
Master 6 and Master 8 found some naked ladies, apparently they were checking out the penny’s in the fountain below. I’m slightly skeptical.
Here’s Master 8 giggling after I mentioned the lovely bottom before him…