Mindy Kaling Creates 'Indoor Egg Hunt' for Son Spencer and Daughter Kit amid Easter Rain

The 'Never Have I Ever' creator shared photos of a makeshift egg hunt she set up for her kids on Sunday

<p>Rodin Eckenroth/Getty; Mindy Kaling/Instagram</p> Mindy Kaling (left), Spencer and Kit

Rodin Eckenroth/Getty; Mindy Kaling/Instagram

Mindy Kaling (left), Spencer and Kit

Mindy Kaling is enjoying Easter with her kids.

The Never Have I Ever creator, 44, shared photos of a makeshift Easter egg hunt set up for son Spencer, 3, and daughter Katherine "Kit," 5 — staged indoors, due to the weather.

"Happy Easter everyone!" Kaling wrote in the caption. "7:01AM indoor egg hunt because of the rain! 🤷🏾‍♀️ thank goodness the Easter bunny had keys to the house and hid her eggs inside!"

In the photos, Spencer and Kit can be seen wearing matching bunny pajamas while hunting for eggs hidden in the couch. Other images show close-up views of the kids' Easter basket, complete with colorful patterned eggs with various treats and toys hidden inside.

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Earlier this week, Kaling hosted "An Evening with the Presidents" at New York's Radio City Music Hall, where she talked about supporting President Joe Biden's reelection campaign, "because of my kids."

"Not just because I want them to have reproductive rights and drinkable water but also, a true story — one time when my daughter was 2 years old, she saw Kamala Harris on TV, and she thought it was me."

<p>Mindy Kaling/Instagram</p> Spencer and Kit

Mindy Kaling/Instagram

Spencer and Kit

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Laughing, she continued, "I have never felt so hot or that my daughter was being a little bit racist ... it’s fine.”

In an interview with WSJ Magazine last month, the actress opened up about how motherhood has changed her perspective on life.

"It's really rewarding, being a mom and spending time with these two people who look like me," Kaling shared. "I love them, and they're so funny. In terms of my career, I'm a single mom, I'm the breadwinner in the house."

"So there's a lot of panic that comes with that, the buck stops with me," she continued, "I have to earn money for them. Having kids is everything — wanting to be a good role model and wanting to produce content that doesn't embarrass them and makes them proud is another layer to my life and a complication that I welcome."

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