A typical British Easter bought with it the horrendous weather! This said we managed to dodge the downpours and the wrath of Storm Katie and still have plenty of fun.
Our usual Easter Sunday started with searching for all the goodies the Easter bunny had left for us around the house and filled up on them with a super chocolaty breakfast.
Next up we donned our wellies and set off to Morden Hall in Surrey to take part in their egg hunt.
We always opt for a National Trust hunt put on by Cadburys as it gets the children interested in their natural surroundings while the adults can take in the beautiful settings.
All filled in we made it to the finish line to collect our chocolate bunny prize. The only downside we have here is that there is not an allergy friendly option, and although the hunts are put on by Cadburys I feel the National Trust could supply an alternative for those children that can’t eat chocolate.
After a sleepless night on Sunday with Storm Katie doing her worst by bringing down half our fence and sending a line of children in every few minutes telling us about the noise I still got up early to plan our trip to Margate, much to the dismay of my husband!
On our way down the winds settled a little and blue skies appeared which put a smile on everyone’s face.
We parked up and made our way for a bite to eat before making our way onto the beach.
Once we had had enough of the beach we headed over to the Turner Contemporary. This is a gallery I love and art is something I really want my children to be able to experience.
The children are always more taken by the vast open spaces but I always hope that they are taking something in from their trips.