And of course, he quickly climbed the gate to get a better look
Ethan looked so tiny in this tractor wheel
He certainly had fun investigating
Noah is carrying corn to feed the cows shovel full by shovel full. It was heavy and the shovel was as big as he was but he made it from the silo to the cows with most of his load
Grandma is showing Maddie and Noah that it might be easier to fill a bucket rather than using the shovel
This is my Uncle Emil - he is a great man; ornery and full of love and kindness for everyone. This farm was the family farm before my grandparents passed away. The family always gathers here for Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas (with lots of visits in between).
Maddie and Noah actually go to giggling so hard they kept dropping the bucket...it was pretty preciousThe cows are happy to have a snack
I'm pretty sure this one is sticking its tongue out at me...he doesn't need to worry, I don't want his food, really.
My brother Jeremy with Isaiah, his youngest of four. Maddie and Noah (feeding the corn) are also his.
The big kid area of the egg hunt. It's pretty hard to find the well hidden eggs in the equipment but the kids don't give up until every last egg is found. My aunts and uncles are so much fun. They walk around with pockets full of eggs and not-so-discreetly toss one next to a kid and yell that they are missing one...it gets the kids super riled up and it keeps the energy fun.
Ethan is digging around for a treat. He handed me a piece of candy to open and actually started crying when I put it back in his bag...turns out he has a sweet tooth just like his mom and dad...
Enjoying the loot
Isaiah picking up a few last eggs that we were tossing at him from Evie and Ethan's basket. We couldn't help it, it was just so cute watching him pick them up and proudly put them in his basket