Isaac and Ian wrote really awesome stories for the PBS contest this year. Ian's story is called "One Million Gluten Free Dollars". It is about a boy who is at the fair and he hears about a contest to win 1 million dollars but you have to eat a loaf of wheat bread. The boy didn't think that was fair since he is gluten free so he asks to eat gluten free bread. The judges say yes and even though the bread is gross because it isn't toasted, he eats it the fastest and wins the prize money. He buys 5 bounce houses and uses the rest of the money to make the whole world gluten free so it is fair for everyone. It is a very "Ian" story. I love that kid.
We had a little egg hunt at our house on Sunday too. We always mix the "Resurrection Eggs" in with the other eggs in the hunt and when they are all collected the kids sit down and open the Resurrection Eggs to tell the Resurrection story. It is a great tradition. We also have a tradition of hunting for the silver and golden eggs. The contents of the silver and golden egg varies from year to year but is always much better than the rest of the eggs. This year Hannah found the silver egg pretty quickly. It contained a certificate for a day off from school.