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It’s Easter next weekend. That’s supposed to mean spring is here, right? Not snow. Never snow. But then again, it snowed here in Paris just this week. I suppose kids can just look for snow-covered eggs this year.
If snow and icy roads isn’t your biggest worry right now, how about organising a neighbourhood Easter egg hunt? It’s a great way to meet the neighbours and the kids will love you forever. The hunt doesn’t have to be expensive or take a lot of time either. You could make your own invitations from colourful paper cut into typical Easter shapes like eggs and bunnies. You could use plastic eggs (reusable!) and start a neighbourhood tradition – though of course you’d pass the eggs to another energetic neighbour next year. And of course, you could rope in your other neighbours.
For more tips, read my article here.
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