We had a conversation last night about Easter morning. The question? Do we hide eggs.
Hiding the easter eggs is something I’ve done that goes all the way back to whenÂ my older sonÂ was little. We’re talking decades. Today, one son is in his mid-twenties and the other not even living at home — but the egg thing. It worries me.
Will he be disappointed when heÂ comesÂ over on Easter if there are no eggs to look for?
Traditions can be important in ways you don’t always realize. The best example of this was Christmas a few years ago when I had the great idea to put the gifts out on Christmas Eve instead of early Christmas morning. It seemed like an insignificant thing to me, but it caused quite an uproar with the kids. What’s going on? Why are the presents out? Presents aren’t supposed to appear UNTIL MORNING!
I never did that again.
Don’t screw around with your traditions, not even the small ones.