Week 65…..Let the Fight Begin

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The Easter Bunny Vs The Easter Chick……who will win?

So it’s that time of year again, when the mass of chocolate and sweets from Christmas have finally been eaten, to fill the cupboards with more. I think what annoys me the most these days is the appearance of Easter eggs and chocolate on the shop shelves the moment the Christmas stuff has been taken off them; or in some cases alongside each other.

So who wins in your house, the bunny or the chick?

In ours it would have to be the bunny, but that’s only because the youngest one is obsessed with all things rabbit. Although when I was growing up we gave chocolate eggs as a symbol of Easter, none of this business about the Easter bunny bringing them. Maybe that’s what Father Christmas does in his time off, swaps one suit and role for another?

However, no matter where your chocolate eggs come from, be it the Easter Bunny, an Easter Chick, family members, or even Father Christmas in disguise, have a happy Easter time.

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6 comments on “Week 65…..Let the Fight Begin

  1. The Bunny, of course. All the way!

  2. Grace says:

    In our home, the bunny wins

  3. alythmum says:

    Not sure … neither of them are really about Easter. |They are really about Spring and I’ve seen very little sign of that yet.

    • legogirl says:

      I agree much of the now seen ‘Easter’ icons are really to do with spring and I guess the more Pagan side of many of our rituals rather than those aspects to do with religion. Spring would be nice I do admit

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