Of course the kids know the basic story of Jesus, but the details of Christmas and Easter tend to get blurry sometimes.
Plus I guess it’s just fun including him in their games. 😀
Ahh, the vivid imaginations of children when it comes to occasions such at Easter and Christmas. If it weren’t for their being wrong, we might actually forget the true meaning and stories behind them ourselves. 😀
How dare you suggest that there’s something more to these holidays than the spending orgy that they truly are!
You don’t have also any chickens at your home, do you?
Our neighbour has, – a few weeks ago, four of them were in our garden, it was a real hard work to put them back into their henhouse. Sadly, I didn’t find any eggs between bush and grass, … and if, I would perfectly step on it. 😉
I don’t think those chickens lay these kind of eggs. Well, they might… they have to come from somewhere, right?
The kids always told me it was the bunnies that laid the eggs.
Just don’t eat the “raisins” IN the eggs, ok?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XJfRzNOJNE (At around 0:30)
The best explanation for (chocolate) easter eggs I’ve ever heard.
mahal ko namimiss kita
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