I could have written a "Martha Stewart" post about Easter, with cute pictures of homemade bunny cupcakes, Pinterest-worthy crafts and whimsical scavenger hunts.
But alas, I tend to fall more into the Pinterest-fail kind of group. Sure, my kids will be doing a chocolate egg hunt on Sunday morning, and I may cut out a few bunny ears, but as long as I get a large coffee first.
Instead, Kids in the Capital is opening up the floor to you, our lovely readers. We want you to tell us all about your Easter traditions:
1) Treats vs. no treats: is chocolate banned from your house? Are you a dentist who gives tooth brushes on holidays? Or will I find your kids comatose in the corner, with chocolate egg wrappers strewn all over the floor?
2) Outside or inside: Do you enjoy the mess and muck of a Spring hunt outside? Or is the dog poop keeping you indoors?
3) Church or no Church: is Sunday morning reserved for celebrations in your family's church? Or is Easter more about the randy bunnies (a.k.a the festival of fertility) than the cross?
4) Gifts or no gifts: Are your children showered with new clothes and toys on Easter, or are they given boxes to play with?
5) How much: do you spend hundreds of dollars on gifts, or are you frantically running through Dollarama the Thursday before Good Friday?
Weigh in, dear readers - we want to hear from you!