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March 30, 2012 at 11:21 pm

Easter Egg Hunt with Colgate #EasterSmiles #CBias

Easter is a big part of our family.  We are Christians, so that Easter is the most holy day of the year for us.  There are many traditions we have as a family to help us celebrate!

Every year we wear our Sunday best to the morning service at our church, and then we take pictures!

I usually make everyone’s outfits match in some way.  It is one of the only times a year that I can get away with that!

We also gather with family and have a big Easter dinner.  It is always ham, mashed potatoes and the like.

But what else is a big part of our Easter traditions?  Easter egg hunts!  We usually participate in several including our town’s Parks & Recreation hunt, Grandma & Grandpa’s hunt and even one we do ourselves.

Since Eli is only three, we decided to do a practice egg hunt to remind him how they work before the big days!  We headed to Walmart and picked out some new buckets and plastic eggs to get us started.

We also found this great Colgate #EasterSmiles display…

What a great idea!  What better way to combat all those goodies and treats and promote good oral health than to add them to our Easter egg hunt!

You can read more about our Colgate #EasterSmiles shop here on Google+
We set up a small egg hunt at home and set the three littlest boyz loose!

Gabe found his Colgate Spongebob Toothbrush in the daffodils!
Eli was next to find his a midst his eggs!
We usually color code eggs by child to keep it fair.  They actually help each other find the right color eggs rather than competing!
Finally Nate found his!

Three happy boyz all brushed up on Easter egg hunting and ready for the holiday with new Colgate Spongebob Toothbrushes!

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This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. #CBias All opinions and experiences are my own

7 Comments

  1. Too cute! We're doing our very first Easter egg hunt this year for Emery (unfortunately it'll just be her, just until my sister and cousins get on the baby boat! lol). We're thinking of putting munchies such as Capn' crunch, fruit snacks, and goldfish in her eggs (along with some little toys), since I'm not quite ready to introduce her into the world of candy. She is only two, after all!

  2. Giving each child a specific color to find is a genius idea- so glad you mentioned that! It looks like they had a blast- so adorable.

  3. Wisconsin Mommy says:

    Your boys are so handsome!! Looks like everyone had a lot of fun!

  4. You have an adorable family! Looks like you guys had a great time!

  5. Such a cute blog!! Thanks so much for allowing your readers a tiny glimpse into your life!! 🙂

  6. East9thStreet says:

    Great idea on color coding the eggs! Isn't it fun getting dressed up in matching outfits?! 🙂

  7. Melissa + Tiffany @ Home Grown Families says:

    Looks like they had FUN!! Good job, Mom!!
    Tiffany

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