For Easter this year, my aunt and three cousins came to visit from Boston. My cousins are the sweetest kids you’d ever want to meet, and they’re so open-minded and adventurous. They were really excited—no, exhilarated!—for the chance to try all the vegan foods with which I bombarded them.
These kids (twin boys, age 8, and a girl, age 12) are soooo adorable! All three kept saying, “I want to be a vegan, too,” “Vegan food is so GOOD,” and “I don’t want to eat animals anymore because I like them and don’t want them to be in pain.”
I had a terrific time with my little cousins and took oodles of pictures (they’re such hams for the camera… errr, tofu hams, that is). I hope you’re all prepared for tons of photos over the next week or so!
I’ll start off with Easter-Eve pics. The night before Easter, my aunt set up all sorts of egg-dyeing stuff at the kitchen table. Meanwhile, I was busy decorating sugar cookies on the kitchen counter. Inevitably, the kids quickly tired of dyeing eggs and wandered over to the sugar cookies. Turns out, they’re quite the little artists. (Oh yeah, and they all agreed that my vegan sugar cookies are the best cookies they’ve ever tasted!)
Above, the cookies I decorated. Below, everyones’ creations together.
I’m going out now– it’s such a nice day AGAIN (yay!). But when I get back, I will visit your blogs!!!