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Easter Egg Treasure Hunt in Barbie’s Garden

This Easter, I had great pleasure arranging an Easter Egg Treasure Hunt in my garden for all the children !! The little “Easter bunnies” had to prepare for the big event by putting on their bunny ears and bunny tails. Hannes created such a fun video of the day and it went smoothly without one forgotten easter egg. Thank you Mr Easter Bunny!!


For all the blogging friends – the two beautiful girls are Jessica (the oldest bunny and “team bunny leader” at 7 years) and Tamsin (the bunny with the pink easter bag and treasure map monitor, at 4 years) and they belong to my son (in the wings  taking photos) & daughter-in-law,  Brandon and Nicky, and the cutest little boy is Brandon at 3 years together with his enthusiastic mommy (wearing the bunny ears), that being my daughter, Kristen, and my son-in-law, Gary is in the background. And me, you can just see every now and again – mostly  just the legs!

If you want to know who the wild man in the helicopter is – why, thats Mr Easter Bunny! 🙂

Happy Easter to you all xxxxx

By Barbara

Country living is the best! Being a true spirit of the earth, my garden is all about vegetables and fruit trees and herbs and chickens roaming free. I was keen to really start gardening when we moved to Philadelphia in 2005, but not your typical suburban-type garden – sterile and bug-free! I wanted an edible garden.

6 replies on “Easter Egg Treasure Hunt in Barbie’s Garden”

This is great in so many ways Barbie! First, Easter in an obviously early autumn garden? Love it! Second, no crazy-colored plastic eggs? Third, the maps with clues, as opposed to the wild free-for-all hunts we have here. Is that traditional for easter egg hunts there? Fourth and most important: this was the best look yet at your garden! I got to see a “map” of everything: I know where the grass bed is now, and the new bench, and the checkerboard herb garden. This was so nice, I’m going to be sure to post a video tour of my garden this year.

Finally, I was worried when I saw that the “chicken house” was a hiding place — maybe easy to grab the wrong eggs? Glad to see that the treasure was not eggs there. 🙂

p.s. Nice camera work Hannes!

Ah Alan – so glad that you could finally get a full feel of the garden – better than panoramas. Hannes did a great job there too 🙂
No – this is not a tradition. It was my idea of giving everyone a fair chance, little ones stayed included. No one got more than the other, so each one was colour-coded! All fair in love and treasure hunting. No tears as well! Gonna be hard to beat next year!

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