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Update: This service is no longer available but now there’s an app! To download the free app, search for “Call Easter Bunny” in the Apple app store or in the Google Play store.
Easter is just around the corner. Easter is one of those holidays where the date of it can change drastically. It can be in March or even late April. It’s not like other holidays that are the first Sunday of a month or specific date. It’s based on the moon. Very Cool!
In case you didn’t know, Easter is April 16th this year. A few Easters ago I made a fruit pizza for my mother in law’s Easter gathering which I highly recommend. It’s quite a crowd pleaser. But this year I’m taking the easy way out and ordering a HoneyBaked Ham. I know, I’m cheating but it’s worth it to spend extra time with the family. Skipping standing over a stove all day sounds like a winner to me!
For Easter, we typically have an Easter egg hunt at my in-law’s house and maybe some other one around town. Since we moved out of state from them, now we have to look for local Easter events. I’ve been eyeing an Easter egg hunt sign from a church I think we will attend this year.
I have never really been into making the kids Easter baskets. Other people often give them one and I don’t need a ton of baskets hanging around. A phone call from the Easter bunny would be a nice addition to the basket this year, though. The kids wouldn’t know what to think.
I just learned about a service from Letters from The Easter Bunny that allows you give your children a call from the Easter Bunny. With the Free Calls from The Easter Bunny service you get to select your child’s name, phone number, the day/time, your child’s gender, and pick from 3 different personalized Easter Bunny calls! Easter Bunny Letters and Calls is registered with BBB (A rating), is on a Secure site, and is offered by a trusted company. I can’t wait to try it!
What do you usually do for Easter?
Krystle Cook – the creator of Home Jobs by MOM – put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.