George and I walked around the woodland, carefully placing small chocolate eggs into the nooks and crannies of trees - trying to create a mental map of where we had left them!
Then we knocked on Harry's kitchen door and invited him to come for an Easter Egg hunt in the wood - an Easter Egg hunt with a difference, because these eggs had been left by the friendly dragons who live in the wood.
Toby, the hens and Bennie joined in, alas, I couldn't get them all in the one shot.
Francesca had a good old chortle and enjoyed the sensation of being outside in a slight breeze, watching the tree branches sway gently. Next year we shall have to colour code the eggs,
pink is currently Harry's favourite colour, so Francesca may have to have the blue ones...
The final egg was a huge golden egg, carefully placed on Harry's woodland throne.
Afterwards Harry presented George and I with two beautifully painted and embellished hard boiled Easter Eggs, plus a couple of his chocolate bounty eggs.
This was no mere choc-fest, throughout the week Harry has been demonstrating his knowledge of the festival of Easter.
For a not-quite-4-year old he was brilliant.
He deserved his fun in the woods.
So there you are, Jonny. That is what we got up to today. I hope you enjoyed it.