Easter Bunny Tracker Apps Online

When Easter arrives, many children are curious to find out where the Easter Bunny is. Now the convenience of online tools and technology, the Easter bunny tracker is available with special apps for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch! [Read more…]

Easter Postcards Online Feature Vintage Themes

A unique way to wish someone a happy holiday is by purchasing Easter postcards online to mail out.  There are vintage, religious and other Easter themes that can be found on many websites.  Postcards for Easter make a great alternative to sending e-cards online or mailing regular cards, and can be less expensive to send! [Read more…]

Easter Bunny Origin Story

Wondering how or where the Easter Bunny originated?  It doesn’t seem like a bunny should be part of the religious holiday for Easter. The interesting thing is that the Easter Bunny origin goes back before the actual holiday of Easter. Here’s a more in-depth look at how the Easter Bunny came to be associated with the annual Spring season holiday! [Read more…]

Easter Gifts for Kids or Toddlers

Buying special Easter gifts for toddlers or kids Easter baskets can seem like a difficult task each year. Parents know that the baskets should always be age appropriate. This means the gifts given to a child when they were six may very well not be cool anymore when their eight. There are many gifts that are known classics for young children, older children and toddlers. Each age group has their own special gifts that are age appropriate and “cool”. [Read more…]

Easter Gift Baskets for Children

Easter is the time to welcome spring and enjoy painting eggs and munching on chocolate bunnies with your kids. While some people really enjoy filling up their Easter baskets themselves, many great options are available that are really great and filled with really exciting things for everyone. [Read more…]

Easter Sunday 2011 Holiday Information

For Easter Sunday 2011, the religious holiday will be on Sunday, April 24, 2011.  This is a special time for those of the Catholic faith.  That’s two days after the Good Friday observance.  For the holiday, families will be attending church services, hosting Easter egg hunts, and enjoying a family dinner together. [Read more…]