Easter and teenagers/ young adults
Flowers24 · 04/04/2021 08:48
For years and years I set up Easter egg hunts with loads of clues and riddles, took me ages to set it all up the night before, or as they got older, early Easter Sunday. The hunt and more difficult clues stopped a year ago and I'm now lazing in bed, it's bliss!!!
Littlefluffyclouds13 · 04/04/2021 09:40
Outrageous!! You're never too old!
I'm 50 and in non covid times I'd be with my extended family today and be on an egg hunt with my cousins and all our kids (organised by my mum & aunties)
Thanks to covid my dc & I have had to accept it's just us 3 in Granny's garden this year
honeylulu · 04/04/2021 09:57
I have a nearly 16 year old but also a 6 year old so the hunt has never actually stopped. We saw some friends on Friday who brought eggs for both of them. When I went to pass eldest's on he asked if I could save it to hide in the garden today with the others 😂 i did but he won't emerge until 1pm. Hope it won't be frozen solid!
dancinfeet · 04/04/2021 11:51
I haven't done an Easter egg hunt for about 6/7 years now (youngest is 16). Have given my two an Easter egg and sent them a small.token amount of money by bacs. We are not doing a roast or easter baking especially, am loving the low cost low effort day that they now prefer.
punkingscissors · 04/04/2021 14:19
Probably, after all we are so dreadful supporting them through exams and meeting their every need,
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