Monday, March 31, 2014

Lollipop Seeds #EasterTradition

According to legend, the tradition of Lollipop Seeds goes back hundreds of years. Prior to Easter, children are encouraged to do something special for someone they love, from sharing a snack to washing the dishes. On the night before Easter, they toss the seeds, brought by the Easter Bunny, in the grass, make a wish for someone special, then place a marker by the seeds. When they wake on Easter morning, Lollipops will have sprouted, not by water or sun, but by kindness instead. Each Lollipop Seeds Kit comes with two seed packets, markers, and a beautifully illustrated keepsake book.
This is such a cute tradition to start. I love that it is a lesson, as well as a fun activity! We still have snow on the ground here in Minnesota, hoping some of it will melt by Easter....but in any case I'm gonna make it work! Callan will love it!
Check it all out at Lollipop Seeds on Facebook.

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