Last weekend we went to an Easter celebration with the kids. There was candy, crafts, and egg hunt outdoors followed by a quick visit with the Easter bunny. We delighted in our first warm spring weekend with an absolutely perfect 65 degrees of sunshine.
(not too sure about the Easter bunny)
(she was an egg fanatic. She definitely "gets it". She wanted to get more eggs than all the other kids... competitive much?!)
We had a great day with the kids but, really, what the heck is the deal with the Easter bunny?! Why does the Easter bunny leave eggs around? Why is ham the go to meat for the holiday that revolves around a rabbit and a chicken?! Why did the Easter bunny tradition even start in the first place; it doesn't fit into the Easter story in any way, shape, or form.
Enjoy your Easter weekend and be thankful you didn't live in that era and have to be tortured by this scary ass rabbit.