Dylan Dreyer's Three Boys Dye and Decorate Eggs as They Celebrate Easter Together

The journalist shares her sons Rusty, Ollie and Calvin with husband Brian Fichera

<p>John Nacion/Getty; Dylan Dreyer/Instagram</p> Dylan Dreyer and her three sons: Calvin, Rusty and Ollie

John Nacion/Getty; Dylan Dreyer/Instagram

Dylan Dreyer and her three sons: Calvin, Rusty and Ollie

Dylan Dreyer enjoyed Easter with her little guys.

The Today co-host, 42, shared scenes from her Easter celebrations with sons Russell ("Rusty"), 2½, Oliver ("Ollie") George, 4, and Calvin, 6, whom she shares with husband Brian Fichera.

Dreyer's boys can be seen dyeing and decorating Easter eggs, holding up their finished products for their mom to see. In other photos, the three brothers sat together on the stairs, with the younger two wearing matching pajamas.

"Happy Easter!! Hope you had a wonderful weekend with those you love!! We sure did!" Dreyer wrote in her caption.

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On Valentine's Day, the mom of three shared a photo of her boys, rosy-cheeked and smiling out in the cold as they enjoyed some time in the snow.

"Snow day!! It’s been a while but we’ll take what we can get!" she captioned the shot, where the three boys posed, bundled up, on a curb.

Speaking with PEOPLE last summer, Dreyer shared an update on her oldest son's celiac disease diagnosis, revealing that thanks to a gluten-free diet, Calvin “has no more pains, no more headaches, no more stomach aches. He’s just like a regular kid.”

She added that her son is able to enjoy the “delicious food” she makes for him, though she noted that it can be a “pain” to prepare special celiac-friendly meals.

“I packed and made so much food for my mother-in-law to take with her so that he could spend the week up at his grandparents' house,” Dreyer explained. “Different dinners and lunches and breakfast just because it's a pain. But it's a pain for me, it's not a pain for him. He has no idea what I do to make his life totally normal, so he doesn't know any different.”

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