Happy Easter! This year, we held a backyard Easter egg hunt for the boys mid-week and then on the weekend, we attended the “6th Annual Vegan Easter (no) Egg Hunt and vegan potluck!” organized by veganfamilies.org and sponsored by Cakewalk Baking Company. Huge thanks to Kelly Green, Cakewalk and all volunteers for putting on this amazing event!
We captured a few videos of the festivities, which you can checkout below.
Backyard Easter egg hunt
6th Annual Vegan Easter (no) Egg Hunt
We also gave the boys a few squirt guns, and they had a great time running around the yard, shooting each other, squirting us and squealing with joy.
On Easter Sunday, Papa, Nana and cousin Brayden came over and we all had a good time running around outside, playing, shooting water guns and bouncing on the trampoline.
While in Springdale, we consulted with the locals and were advised that the Riverwalk trail inside Zion would be the most appropriate hike for toddlers.
The 2 mile, round trip, paved trail, runs alongside a river within a canyon, with mellow ups and downs. We rolled the stroller along with us, in case the boys got tired, but it definitely wasn’t necessary. I’m sure the boys would have preferred to
walk run the entire time, but since it was pretty cold at first, the stroller allowed us to bundle them up with a blanket.
The hike was a very easy one, although it was a bit straining to push the fully loaded double stroller up a few of the hills on the way down the trail.
It was a gorgeous stroll, with awe inspiring views of the looming canyon walls, with the serene sound of water flowing along beside us.
At the end of the path, we took the stairs down to the river bed area, where the boys jumped around on the rocks and sand.
There were tons of unique stone benches, rock seats and other spots to pause for a rest and a view along the trail.
Zion was an utterly amazing natural wonder. I hope to get the chance to trek up some of the more advanced trails there in the future.