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  This spring everything feels so different. In the middle of social distancing, birthday parties postponed, and no gatherings, one of the first things that hit me was Easter. I LOVE celebrating Easter, and we have traditions that we observe every year that are so meaningful and fun for our family. I started thinking about ways that we could make the day feel like Easter since some of the normal ways we celebrate aren't possible this year. Watch an Easter service on-line: Lots of churches, including our own, are streaming Easter services Sunday morning. We are going to watch ours Easter Sunday morning, and the service will still be an Easter service, just altered with no congregation and with other measures...
Easter is literally around the corner. Amazon (while we love them) has ship dates that are months out. And let’s face it, in the midst of quarantine we’re all taking a closer look at how we can support local businesses! Some of you are sitting on easy street with Easter stuff already stashed in that special hiding spot. For other, less advanced planners like myself, I thought a list of locally owned shops offering Easter stuffers would be helpful! If you’re like me you’ve polled all your Facebook groups, asked all your friends and you got so overwhelmed that you still haven’t shopped! So here you go, all in one place, locally owned businesses ready to hook you with...
2020 Guide to Easter Events in Baton Rouge Can you believe that the Easter holiday is practically right around the corner? We have gathered these egg-cellent Easter events in and around Baton Rouge for you to enjoy! Hoppy Easter! Flashlight Egg Hunt - Highland :: March 13, 6:00-9:00pm Sure - Easter egg hunts are easy - but what about trying to find them at night? Bring your flashlight and basket to BREC's Highland Road Community Park! Some eggs will have candy, others have great prizes! For More Information, contact [email protected] Flashlight Egg Hunt - Zachary :: March 14, 6:00-9:00pm Sure - Easter egg hunts are easy - but what about trying to find them at night? Bring your flashlight and basket to BREC's Zachary...
With Easter quickly approaching, the kids are looking for the next Easter egg hunt. After doing the same eggs hunts year after year, your children may be ready for a different type of egg hunt. And let’s be real, parents may also be tired of hiding the same eggs under the same bush every year. Here is a list of ideas to add a twist to the traditional egg hunt: Glow in the Dark Egg Hunt Instead of stuffing eggs with jelly beans, stick a few glow sticks in each egg for a light up twist. Stores now sell mini glow sticks specifically for eggs, but the regular glow bracelets will also work. When it gets dark, scatter a few eggs...
Every year, we love celebrating Easter and one of the things that makes it so special is when family comes to visit. The day before our youngest son was born, several grandparents came to stay with us. We went to church, did lots of fun Easter activities, and the next morning we met our new baby! So when I think about Easter traditions, grandparents are a huge part of them.  I am a traditions girl, but on holidays I like to keep some family traditions, while also adding a little something new and fun each year. We always go to church and have a big lunch with traditional Easter lunch food, but I like to have other fun activities available...

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