Here comes Peter Cotton Tail, hoppin' down the bunny trail; hippity, hoppity, Easter's on its way. Yes, all the little ones are excited because they can't wait to embark on a hunt to find that potentially life changing golden egg.
It's a blast to watch your little ones go and collect dozens of eggs in a matter of minutes on their yearly Easter egg hunt, but what ISN'T fun is the countless minutes spent peeling each of those eggs
The Easter practice of egg decorating has meaning behind it: the egg itself represents rebirth, something early Pagans celebrated during the spring season, and was later adopted by Christians to represent the resurrection themes of the Easter holiday. Back in the olden days, colored eggs were decorated in springy hues and given away to lovers and friends sort of the same way we do with Valentines.