This post has been 1.5 months in the making. Well, that's how long it has taken to get it written and uploaded! ;o) And now I'm so fed up with rearranging photos that they are staying as they are... all higgledy-piggledy.
I made the mistake of taking the boys with me when I shopped for Easter eggs this year. Once J had seen them, it was all he could talk about, and he was bugging me to eat them. Having let the incentive chart on our fridge for potty training lapse, he suddenly wanted a chart so he could 'earn' those eggs! It didn't seem to make much difference to the nagging, but it helped keep us occupied.
Here's the last of the hot cross buns we made. We gifted some away, knowing there was more bread to come this weekend.
On Saturday, both boys were keen to help in the kitchen. J helped measure the ingredients.
C helped stir the dough (in the early stages)
And finally, a not-so-successful gift. I can't remember if I've blogged about this yet. I gave N 12 new types of bread for Christmas - one each month of 2013. I'm a bit behind, but this was the the Easter offering - an Italian wreath with a nut praline on top. A lot like pannettone, but a bit overcooked. I made sweet breakfast strata (bread pudding-ish) for breakfast later in the week.
Then I cut the dough into ropes, rolled them and twisted them into bunnies. J rolled all the tails and stuck them in place. (We've been playing with playdough lately.) You may spot a poinsettia with raisins... J saw the Christmas picture in the book next to the bunnies.
Then they baked, and were drizzled with sugar glaze. Yum!
J found them all eventually. The chick in the pot plant was the hardest to find.
C enjoyed the bunny after lunch.