Where Are the Best Places to Hide Easter Eggs?
This Sunday, April 17, we celebrate Easter. In fact, Easter falls on a different date each year.
My wife and I are having family and friends over to join us for a nice Easter dinner and we're looking forward to it.
I love Easter and I remember how much fun it was growing up as a kid trying to find Easter eggs and lots of chocolate candy.
There was one year that my sister and I tried to stay awake as long as we could to hopefully get a glimpse of the real Easter Bunny. Needless to say, that didn't work out quite so well.
So where are some of the best places to hide Easter eggs? I guess that depends on how creative you are.
Let's just be honest, there are countless places to hide Easter eggs and I think that's what makes Easter Sunday so much fun.
Growing up as a kid, I remember finding Easter eggs in the closet, in the mailbox, in the oven, in slippers, in my dresser drawer, and even under the kitchen sink.
Most of the time we would find Easter baskets full of goodies and it was so much fun looking for them.
Another place I remember finding Easter candy was outside in the garage in a tool box. It took me forever to find that candy, of course my parents helped me out with your getting warmer or colder.
According to kodiakpropertymanagement.ca, here's another great place to hide Easter eggs:
Unless you are planning on having cereal for breakfast, you can drop an egg in a cereal box for a really challenging hiding spot; your children will probably spend all day searching for the last egg.
Another great hiding spot is in the carton of eggs in the refrigerator. Put two or three Easter eggs in a few empty spots in the carton and make it real fun for the kids. Just be careful not to scramble the Easter eggs.