One day, when our children were a little smaller, the eldest daughter asked "Mama, how does the Easter Bunny get in our house?" Logical question. I mean, everyone knows how Santa gets in via the chimney, but the Easter Bunny...we didn't know.
We decided to set a little "trap" to find out. If you want to try this out, this is what you'll need:
The first thing was set out a couple of trays of Baby Powder; we decided to put one tray by the front door and one tray by the fireplace.
That way, when the Easter Bunny came in to our house, he'd step in the tray of powder and leave a tell tale trail of footprints.
After the kids went to bed, I cut out the Bunny feet shapes from a piece of cardboard and made a stencil. Then I sprinkled the Baby Powder through the stencil to make footprints. It was really fun to make them start at one tray, wander around the room (a clue as to where chocolate was hidden) and then suddenly stop at a wall: as if he'd just walked right through it!
If you have a Newfoundland dog, do not, I repeat, DO NOT use flour instead of Baby Powder. It's a very bad idea.
The next morning, our kids went BANANAS!! It was extremely fun to video them too - I mean, as far as they're concerned this is like finding a half-eaten carrot times a million. PROOF that the Easter Bunny exists. Plus, hello? CHOCOLATE RUSH!
Then I'd hoover up the baby powder.
We all know who the real Bunny is anyways.
Do you think your kids will enjoy this...? Lemmeeno how it goes!
Share and Happy Easter!