I think Drew was pretty satisfied with the little blue bunny he won & a couple of other eggs he managed to scramble up off the ground (one thanks to my sweet visiting teacher - thanks, Lora!).
And while I was worried about Libbie getting knocked over by some over-zealous kids (or their parents - ahem), I shouldn't have worried. My tenacious redhead owned that egg hunt like a boss. She zoomed in & out of her age group & filled up her Easter egg basket in no time. Jared & I just stood back, watching & laughing. Our toddler was made for sports. She was so proud of herself - I think she enjoyed the sport of getting the eggs more than actually opening them. She ran back to us, yelling, "Mom! Dad! I did it! I did it!" She could have gotten fifty more within the time allotted.
I was impressed with the local volunteers who worked so hard to lay out all of those eggs for the different age groups, with the sponsors who provided coupons & candy, with the food booths & prize booths, & with the sweet person who walked around as the Easter bunny, getting mobbed by children & adults alike, who wanted a picture. (We skipped out on that one.) I couldn't believe all of this was free. It was a great event.