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Family tradition is a HUGE part of holidays in my family.  While Easter might not seem like the biggest holiday for family traditions, we’ve managed to hold on to a few traditions in our household.


Lindt Gold Bunny on the Shelf family tradition


This Easter craft idea is a HIT with my kids.  They love making their own color combinations and waiting to see what the outcome of their eggs will be.  If you don’t want to use dye, why not try coloring the eggshells with marker or crayon?


This Easter family tradition has been a long standing one with my in-laws.  Every Easter gathering, the kids are almost too excited to eat lunch.  They know that after lunch is done, some of the adults will head outside to hide chocolate, small gifts like homemade playdough, and even coins filled with money.  Once the hiding of treats is complete, the kids spend the afternoon searching the yard, high and low to fill their baskets.

** Parents, a great way to make sure that younger siblings get their share of the treats and candy, color code the treats or baskets so that everyone has a fair chance of finding what is meant for them.


Are your kids still at the age where they believe the Easter bunny delivers delicious chocolate treats?  My kids know that the Easter bunny still isn’t real, however, they love the fun and make-belief of the Easter bunny, so they play along – it’s actually a lot of fun!

We decided to try something new this year.


You’ve all heard of Elf on the Shelf, however, this year we decided to take a different spin on it and try out Bunny on the Shelf!  Our Lindt Gold Bunny has been getting into A LOT of mischief and my kids are excited to wake up each morning to see what their Bunny has gotten into.

Easter Family Tradition Lindt Gold Bunny

Easter Family Tradition Lindt Gold Bunny

Remember, with Gold Bunny on the Shelf, you can come up with any idea you choose!

Add another fun Easter tradition with “The Bell that Rang in Easter” story app.  This is a fun and interactive way to get in the spirit of giving and sharing Easter with your kids.  You can download the app from iTunes or the Google Play store.

Family tradition is a big part of the holidays in my family.  How about yours?  How do you celebrate Easter with your kids?


CANADIAN Mommy Moment reader will WIN a Lindt Easter Prize Pack valued at $100!

** giveaway is not open to residents of Quebec due to the regulations of that province **

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Gina Fleury

Sunday 30th of April 2017

Our Easter egg tradition has evolved from the egg hunt when the kids were little to an Easter basket at their spot on the table now they are teens

l p

Sunday 30th of April 2017

no traditions here - maybe it's time to start some. thanks

Lisa Neutel

Sunday 30th of April 2017

I always loved doing the annual easter egg hunt with my kiddos and they loved it too

Nena Sinclair

Sunday 30th of April 2017

I love to have Easter egg hunts with my grandchildren! Also, a big family Easter dinner!


Sunday 30th of April 2017

My favourite tradition is painting easter egs for the last 11 years at gramma and papas