Growing up, instead of setting out baskets filled with candy and toys, the Easter bunny hid them. Each of us were assigned a common room (like the dining room or study), and the Easter bunny would hide all the candy for that child in the room. For little kids, the candy was just sprinkled around the floor and along chairs. For older kids, the Easter bunny would hide them in totally obscure places. Before we went to bed the night before Easter, the room we were assigned was our duty to CLEAN UP. Because no one wants to eat jelly beans off a dusty bookshelf. Genius, right? If there is anything that gets kids to clean, it’s the promise of a room full of candy! When we got older the hiding got really advanced. I think my dad prided himself on the spots he found to hide candy! Over the weeks + months that followed, we’d start finding them in funny spots like balancing on screws under the desk or between slots of wood in the piano.