The Easter Bunny is a folkloric figure and symbol of Easter, depicted as a rabbit
bringing Easter ... Later, German Protestants retained the custom of eating
colored eggs for Easter, though they did...
Mar 21, 2016 ... The Easter Bunny is an anthropomorphic, egg-laying rabbit who sneaks into
homes the night before Easter to deliver baskets full of colored ...
Find out more about the history of Easter Symbols and Traditions, including ...
How did Easter traditions like the Easter bunny and egg hunts become part of the
The inclusion of rabbits and eggs in the celebration of Easter is a combination of
paganism, religious superstition, and practicality. Note that it is also marked by ...
What does the Easter bunny have to do with that? ... scholars think it may have
come from a Norse word for “spring,” which in the Germanized form is ostern.
Mar 28, 2013 ... A person dressed as the Easter Bunny holds a baby while getting a picture ...
where did this tradition of a bunny that gave out eggs come from?
Easter eggs and the Easter Bunny both featured in the spring festivals of Ostara
... The history of Easter Eggs as a symbol of new life should come as no surprise.
But how did an “Egg-Laying Easter Bunny” come about? There was a legend
about Eastre, well known to the ancient English, that once she came upon an ...
Mar 27, 2016 ... Easter commemorates the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. An annual
holiday which changes date based on lunar cycles, it has become ...
Mar 28, 2016 ... But how did this come to be? And is it proper? Why a bunny leaving candy and
eggs? A piece in the Conversation notes correctly that hares ...