We had a very sweet Easter egg hunt to go to this week in Chalcot Square, Primrose Hill. The perfect location, on the perfect day. This year has been very exciting for many reasons, mainly because we are doing lots of things for the first time as a family of four and now that Gabriella is 3 we can really enjoy her excitement now that she understands what things mean. In previous years we have hidden eggs but we have also end up hunting for them! This year she can do all of that all on her own. Chalcot Square has always had a nostalgic feel for me, it's a beautiful Square of deliciously coloured chocolate box houses just like those you would find all over Notting Hill. It made the perfect backdrop to the wonderfully cute Easter Egg hunt her school arranged for the last day of term. We had a ball. I'm looking forward to squeezing in a few more Easter Egg hunts before Easter.
Easter has been a much needed break for me and my family but especially me. Lately, I've been more than exhausted. Quality time at home celebrating Easter has put a smile back on my face. Apart from a trip to church on Sunday morning we didn't leave home this holiday, long mornings in pyjamas and afternoons eating Easter eggs...it's been a lovely contrast to life lately. Putting together an Easter basket for Gabriella was so fun, I made lots of special treats for her. We made a lovely mezze lunch on Sunday afternoon before a huge tradtional roast in the evening. We even had a little Easter bunny running around the house!
I love Easter...I'm so excited that it's around the corner. Looking out at the beautiful blossoms on the trees, daffodils on my desk and longer days starting to emerge, Easter is definitely in the air. Easter is not only about eating Easter Eggs until we feel sick but most importantly spending it with family. To get me inspired I've found some great inspirations for Easter on Pinterest. I'm a self confessed Pinterest addict! I would love you to join me on my Pinterest journey. Pinterest Username: withlovebaby
I love the bunny ears, I'm so going to make some for Gabriella!