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Easter Egg Hunts

There are many different ways that you can go about doing Easter egg hunts for your child. Some parents have one way, while other parents have another, and any of them can be the right way. It is completely up to you and your family how you want your Easter egg hunt to go, the only important nonnegotiable part of it is that, once you pick a way, you must stick with that method year after year.

• The Easter Bunny Way—
Some parents prefer to have the Easter Bunny be the one who brings eggs, as well as presents for the child, the night before Easter. Then, when the child wakes up, there are eggs all over their yard and a present waiting for them, such as a big Easter basket filled with toys. There are only two bad points to doing things this way:

1) The parents don’t get credit for any gifts given or eggs bought, and

2) The gifts will get bigger and more expensive every year.

If these issues are not a problem, and you like the idea of your child believing the Easter Bunny brings everything, this can work out great.

• No Easter Bunny—
Some parents don’t even tell their child about the Easter Bunny, so the child never knows to expect it. If this is the case, and your child ever asks you why others talk about the Easter Bunny, you can tell them that the Bunny is simply one of the many symbols of Easter. There is one big problem with using this method though:

1) Your child may hear other children say at school that the Easter Bunny came to see them, and they received great presents, etc. If this happens, your child may wonder why the Easter Bunny doesn’t come see them.

If this is something that you believe that you can explain to your child without it hurting their feelings, then this might be the method to choose.

• Equal Number of Eggs or Not—
This is something that a parent should decide early, as well, because it is very hard to change this after several years. Should you make sure that each child receives an equal number of eggs or not? This is very debatable and really depends solely on the preferences of the parents.

If you would prefer to eliminate any fighting, whether the Easter Bunny comes or not, you can make sure that everyone has the same amount of eggs by labeling them all with initials. If the Easter Bunny comes, this might be a good idea, this way the child will be happy that the Easter Bunny left an equal number of eggs for each child.

If you don’t like the idea of having to do this, you won’t be alone. Many parents simply put the eggs out in the yard and whoever finds the most eggs keeps the most eggs. Some parents feel that this teaches the child about working and trying hard to get better things, and to accept that they can’t always get what they want.

Whatever way you choose to do your Easter, be it with or without a bunny, with labeled or unlabeled eggs, or skipping the hunt altogether, it can be a very memorable and fun family holiday.


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