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ELISAJANE57 Posts: 739
3/29/13 10:36 A

I am the mother of a 2 and 4 year old, so Easter will be fun taking them on some egg hunts tomorrow. I love that I can live through them now at every holiday. It brings me back to my childhood.

MARCIEMCGOWAN Posts: 2,344
3/29/13 10:21 A

My son is 12. I am not sure if he still believes in the Easter Bunny. He is now too old for the local Easter Egg Hunt.

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I_HEART_MY_FAM Posts: 1,809
3/29/13 10:19 A

I cannot wait to see my grandson hunt eggs for his first time. He is only 16 months old so I will make it easy for him of course. I bought many different plastic eggs to fill. Some have bugs on them since his nickname is Bug from me, some are blue camouflaged eggs. Some are bigger eggs in traditional colors, and one giant blue egg that will be filled with hot wheels and other neat stuff he likes. We never hide real eggs, just the filled ones. He loves dry cereals, so a lot of the eggs will be filled with cereal verses too much candy. I do have miniture Reeses peanut butter cups for some eggs. Other eggs have those wash rags that look like balls in them, footballs, baseballs and basketballs. He will be the only one hunting eggs this year, but that is okay he can find them with his Mommy and Daddy. Do you do plastic eggs or real, do you love the hunt like I do? Happy Easter Everyone! emoticon

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