Easter in America is a time to enjoy celebrating with the family. Children wake up in the morning to baskets of goodies. Many are planning visits to church and Easter egg hunts. Did I say egg? Stop right there. When you dye eggs, plan to make extra. Save some in your refrigerator to eat later. After all, isn't the Easter egg a sign of rebirth? God gave us eggs to nourish and cherish. Make use of them! Hard boiled eggs can be made devilishly delightful, used in sandwiches, gourmet omelettes, or eaten plain with salt.
Here are ten reasons why you, the diligent parent, should honor the egg.
Easter is approaching, and once again we are excited to take you on a tour of the world and how it celebrates Easter! Explore the diverse traditions of Easter with us, and don't miss our series from last year or 2015. You also will enjoy this wonderful overview of global Easter traditions. Find these posts and more on our Easter Around the World Pinterest board:
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Pediatrician with a Passport: Honor the Egg