Family Easter Traditions

So we definitely don’t do as many activities at Easter as we do around say, Christmas. But we do try to maintain some traditions that keep us in the spirit of the holiday. I’m trying to work out a schedule so that we can fit everything in. I have a feeling that Easter will be here before you know it.

Egg Hunts

We usually do a couple egg hunts each year. Our town has a hunt we like to do as well as our church. Plus we have the main event on Easter morning for the Eggs the Easter bunny leaves at our house.


See the baby chicks and bunny rabbits

These bunnies were at the restaurant where we have Easter brunch with Kevin’s family every year. We also like to go check out all of the baby chicks at the farms. It’s so tough not to bring all of these adorable babies home.


Dyeing Eggs

Of course! Dyeing eggs is so fun no matter your age.

Visit with the bunny

You gotta get your picture with the Easter bunny! We’ve been lucky so far that the boys haven’t shown ant fear of the bunny just yet. We’ll have to keep our fingers crossed that this year goes smoothly as well.


A couple new one that I want to try this year are:

Easter Scavenger Hunt

If you look on Pinterest there are a TON of different scavenger hunt ideas and printables. I think we might give it a try this year.

Resurrection Eggs

A reader recommended these eggs to me. Aren’t they fantastic? I think they are a great way help kids understand the true meaning of the holiday.

And OF COURSE we will be making some fun Easter treats!

What are some of your Easter traditions?

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1 Comment

  • Reply Allie @ March 22, 2017 at 11:01 am

    My husband’s family is in South Texas and have Mexican roots , so we do cascarones (confetti eggs) to break on each other instead of the traditional egg hunt. Since we travel each year, I am bummed thathat we don’t get to have traditional Easter activities with the kids. Hope y’all have lots of fun!

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