Easter On The Road
Hello there! I hope y’all are having a great week. We are at Tybee Island, GA, our annual spring break trip, and I thought I would share how we take Easter on the road every year.
We love celebrating Easter at Tybee! Easter Sunday we always get up at the crack of dawn, grab some coffee and walk on the beach in the dark to the pier where a local church hosts an Easter sunrise service. It is absolutely beautiful and has become a family tradition.
Unfortunately Easter falls at the end of our trip this year so we are bummed that we have to leave on Saturday. We still like to take some Easter fun with us and the Easter bunny always finds us at the beach!
I pack everything we need for a simple celebration from egg dying kits and easy decorations to magazines for the grownups. Cadbury eggs and Palmer chocolate bunnies (only the hollow ones) are my weakness.
The Easter bunny leaves his goodies for the kiddos in sand buckets, the best Easter basket ever in my book!
I’m pretty sure the Easter bunny got it right from this quick iPhone snapshot!
How do you all celebrate Easter? Do you spring breakers take Easter on the road with you?
There won’t be a Wednesday Reads post this week but I have a great one lined up for next week. I will be back Thursday sharing Week 3 of the One Room Challenge so check back then!
Catch ya on the beach!
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Oh how I love family traditions…. Yours sounds fabulous! Too bad it won’t work for you’s to be there on Sunday :( Great minds think alike— sand buckets are our “baskets” too! Why pack em away if they can serve as double duty… Have a fabulous last few days there and hoping your Easter is blessed, Summer!
Thanks Kendra! It is a really fun tradition and I do love the sand buckets :)
Summer–this sounds like such a great tradition! (Especially Easter Sunday). Love it!
Thanks so much Paulina! It is fun and the kids have really grown to love it!
Looks like the perfect bag of goodies. i know my kids would love it.
I go and hide things separately in the yard during the night and when they get up they have to find it everywhere in the yard ;) They love it.
Thanks Julia! That sounds so much fun about hiding fun stuff in the yard! We do like to do egg hunts from time to time :)