Easter Jelly Bean Trail

The Jelly Bean Trail
My husband had a tradition in his family when he was little that Easter morning the Easter bunny would always leave a trail of jelly beans, toys, and candy leading to his Easter basket. The story is that the Easter bunny has a hole in the basket and things are dropping out as he goes. So to keep the tradition alive we started to do this last year for our daughter and she loved it. She was excited to see the jelly beans and then thrilled when they led her to her basket. It is just something to make Easter morning a little more fun.
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Start your Easter jelly bean trail tradition this year! You kids will absolutely love it, no matter how old they are.

Holidays are all about having fun, family togetherness, and creating lasting memories. This is sure to be a memory your children won’t forget! Just look at how happy it makes our little girl!



Have a Happy and MEMORABLE Easter!

 

About the Author: Bridget

I am a girl who loves my husband, and adores my babies! I love to go out but I am content to stay home and rent a redbox, too! I am easy going and love having fun!

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10 Responses to Easter Jelly Bean Trail

  1. I grew up with the 'jelly bean trail' tradition… I assummed it was this way for everyone else. I haven't met anyone personally who also grew up with this. My girls LOVE the jelly bean trail too!

  2. The Easter Bunny left footprints at our house when I was growing up. They were just three jellybeans clustered together to look like a bunny paw. It worked out so well because there were three kids in my family so we each got one jelly bean from each paw print!

  3. What a cute idea! We used to get clues to find our Easter baskets, but I really like this. We’re going to have to try it out. Thanks so much for sharing. Enjoy your day!