Houston’s Neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt {With Coloring Pages!}

Our kiddos won’t be able to attend typical Easter egg hunts this year, but in true #HoustonStrong fashion, we are going to band together and still go on an egg  hunt while still practicing social distancing! Similar to the “bear hunts” and “chalk walks” we’ve seen happening in neighborhoods all over America, our egg hunt works best if lots of neighbors {young and old} participate.

Spread the word in your local neighborhood and neighborhood groups!

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How Our Easter Egg Hunt Works::

  1. Download and print your favorite Houston Moms Easter Egg Hunt template! We have a bunch of great options for kids of all ages, including a blank egg for your kid to design their own. 
  2. Decorate your favorite egg.
  3. Display your egg(s) in your windows by Wednesday, April 8 until Easter Sunday, April 12th. 
  4. Tell your friends! Share this page in your moms groups so that we can decorate Houston with Easter Eggs. Use the #MomsAroundHouston to be featured on our page. 

Go on a drive throughout your neighborhood for an egg hunt with your loved ones to see how many eggs you can find! *Don’t forget* to take a picture of the beautiful eggs you find and share to the Houston Moms Facebook thread and tag Houston Moms on social media!

Use the hashtag #MomsAroundHouston!

Let’s see how many families in the Houston area participate! 


Need more quarantine resources? Check out Houston Moms’ Ultimate Guide to Quarantine Resources! 

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Jennifer is a native outside-the-loop’er growing up and living in the Richmond/Rosenberg area. She has a Bachelors in theology and political science from Texas Lutheran University and a Masters in Liberal Arts from Texas Christian University. She and her husband Greg met in 2010 through Match.com and fell in love on their first date. They married exactly one year later and have fought lovingly and constantly since. They have two amazingly brilliant girls, Kaitlyn {June 2013} and Elizabeth {June 2015} who Jen stays home with during the day. When Jen is not curled in a little ball rocking back and forth with Peppa Pig on in the background, she can be found crafting with her Silhouette and/or binge watching The Office for the millionth time. Jen has an uncanny ability to be comfortable in almost any situation put in front of her, thanks to growing up in politics and on the debate team. Before having kids of her own, she had the opportunity to help other kids through teaching, youth ministry, and generally being a helpful, kind soul. You can check out more about Jen on IG @themommymiddle.

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