There is a crazy rumor floating around that the Easter Bunny may not be real. I know what you are thinking – that’s nonsense – and I couldn’t agree more! Really, you can’t believe everything you read in the tabloids. For those that still don’t believe that the Easter Bunny exists, I’m here to share with you some stories of Easter Bunny proof.
First of all, a photo never lies. If this photo of the Easter Bunny looking in our fridge for carrots doesn’t prove that he exists, I don’t know what does! On a side note, it’s best to leave carrots out for the Easter Bunny so that he doesn’t have to look through your fridge for a snack. You could try this fun craft of creating an Easter Bunny plate.
Easter Bunny Proof:
I know we’re not the only family that has ever seen proof left in our home on Easter morning. I know because I’ve heard stories from trusted sources. Want to know how to find evidence of the Easter Bunny’s visit? Here are some things to watch out for:
- A trail of jelly beans is always a sure sign that the Easter Bunny has been to your house. Don’t eat the brown ones! I know they may look like chocolate covered raisins but it’s best not to touch the brown jelly beans.
- The Easter Bunny’s favourite food is carrots and I’m sure he’d appreciate you leaving some out for him on the night before Easter. If you find little chunks or shreds of carrots by your plate in the morning, that’s a sure sign of Easter Bunny proof.
- Whether it’s snow or mud, bunny footprints in your house will let you know that he stopped by for a visit. You could even follow these around the house to see everywhere that he stopped.
- If you want proof that the Easter Bunny exists, don’t be shy to ask him for proof yourself! Your children can write a Thank You note to leave for the Easter Bunny along with a request for an autograph.
Have your little ones ever witnessed Easter Bunny proof? If so, what did they find?
Want to try to catch a photo of the Easter Bunny in your house? Check out I Caught The Easter Bunny.com.
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