We have celebrated Easter in many different ways over the years, depending on where we have been at the time. We have spent Easter both in Sweden and NZ, and over the years there have been outside egg hunts, inside egg hunts, Easter parties, Easter parades and just celebrations at home.
Usually the kids get their eggs, whether they are chocolate or the traditional Swedish paper eggs with gifts, on the Saturday morning, which is called Påskafton in Sweden.
This year both kids had friends for sleepover on the Friday so I decided to wait a day with their Easter eggs. But of course Linnea is always on the ball so she got disappointed when there was no eggs, and decided to text Mormor to tell on me, ha ha!
-"Can you talk to Mummy and tell her she needs to give us Easter eggs"
-"Yes I will. You need Easter eggs."
Gotta love it!