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    Was just wondering, do you all do the easter bunny thing in your house? Or do you deliver to children and tell them its from the easter bunny?

    Its not something we have ever done - not sure why, dd has always known that her eggs and little bits are from mummy and daddy, but it seems that more and more people i talk to do do the easter bunny!



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    When I was growing up my parents did the Easter bunny thing....I didn't have the heart to tell them that I knew it was them.

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    We've told Niamh it's the Easter Bunny, but to be honest I don't think she's fooled. When she saw the characters at Disney, the first thing she said was "Uncle Josh.. what's inside those puppets?"
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    My Sister and I had the Easter Bunny growing up and so now I do the same for my kids. It really isn't a big deal, more like a fun game, so even if they know it is us I'm sure we will still put the bunny name on it :) He leaves a little note and a riddle to guide them to their stuffed animal (I remember finding my bunny in the oven one year ) and then they get their baskets. Oh and we hide plastic eggs with candy in them thanks to all the horrible "missing egg" moments growing up



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    Hey if Santa is real, the Easter Bunny is real.





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    Most of you do then! Its not something we even thought of doing tbh, ive got some friends who do and some who dont!



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    We don't have the bunny in our house.

    The Reception classes at school go on an easter bunny hunt though. While they are creeping round school asking us all if we've seen the easter bunny, he's secretly in their classes putting chocolate eggs on their tables.

    One year when they are Mr F if he'd seen the easter bunny he said yes and he'd made a great big stew out of him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by josh.p., post: 276394
    We've told Niamh it's the Easter Bunny, but to be honest I don't think she's fooled. When she saw the characters at Disney, the first thing she said was "Uncle Josh.. what's inside those puppets?"
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    Nope never done it here and never had it as a kid either , we do do a egg hunt in thegarden for them , but they have always known its from us.

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