Friday, June 9, 2017

Spring Break: Easter...

We spent Easter at the Williamsburg KOA last year and had such a wonderful time that it was easy to make the decision to stay there once again this year. They do such a great job of providing fun activities throughout the weekend to add that special something to the holiday. 

The first item on the agenda was a visit from the Easter Bunny - of course as we learned last year she's really just a weird female bunny rabbit who is a bit odd if we're being honest. Adam was still excited - sort of - to get a balloon animal from her - he opted for a Pirate's Parrot and it was cute - but honestly, she's a bit scary. Needless to say - Harper kept his distance. :) 

Also on the agenda was the petting zoo. The kids had a great time with this. Harper was in awe of the animals and enjoyed kissing on them and petting them. Of course Adam was also intrigued and had fun watching his little brother partake in the fun. They also got to see the real "Easter Bunny." (or was it?) 

Happily since they met with the real Easter Bunny on Saturday he knew where to find them on Easter morning. The boys had such great baskets waiting for them filled with all kinds of treasures. Adam was most excited about the DVD copy of "Rogue One" and Harper was thrilled to find bubbles and fruit pouches (ok, Harper was thrilled with all of the colorful goodness.) Regardless, it was a happy Easter morning and we were thrilled that the Easter Bunny decided to gift Adam with a box of donuts as they made the perfect breakfast before we headed out for our third day of Busch Gardens fun! 

Busch Gardens on Easter is a hidden gem and while the drizzly weather from last year kept even more crowds away we still found the crowds on Easter Sunday to be minimal allowing for even more consecutive runs on the Loch Ness Monster, a father/son ride on the Autobahn roller coaster, and more fun rides for Harper to enjoy - that is before he fell asleep again. :) 

After a long day of fun at Busch Gardens we all got cleaned up and went for a nice Easter dinner at Bone Fish. We followed the up with an Easter Egg hunt around the camp site. Harper was loving ever moment of it and did a great job of finding eggs that his big brother was kind enough to leave behind. 

It was another memorable Easter weekend! 

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