10 Days of Easter

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Y’all might not know all that much about me… You might not know that I get anxious just talking about dental work (like poop my pants anxious). You might not know that one of my life goals is to be on a Shark Vacuum infomercial because I love my Shark with my whole entire heart. You might not know that I have the vocabulary of a conservative sailor. Somewhere in between f-bombs and Mother Theresa is where I try to land….

BUT if you’ve ever read this blog, you know that I LOVE EASTER. My whole world view hinges on this one day. I believe with every fiber of my being that Jesus really did die and come back to life again, conquer sin forever, take the sting out of death, and make a way for us to have abundant life on earth and eternal life with God in glory. Its just a tad bit life changing.

As a family we take just about every opportunity to celebrate. “Oh you did good on a spelling pre-test? LETS GET ICE CREAM!” So you better bet, at Easter time, we go all out. I want our family to have a chance to celebrate our Risen King together. But y’all know that with kids, we can’t just sit around on the couches and sing hymns out of a hymnal and think they are going to have the time of their lives. So I’ve gotten creative about how our family celebrates Easter.

And I want to share the wealth. Its supposed to take a village right? I can’t potty train my toddler for the life of me… but 10 Days of Easter, thats my jam. So here are links to our 10 Days of Easter – Free Family Devotionals

Here is how we celebrate 10 Days of Easter with our toddlers.

Here is how we celebrate 10 Days of Easter with our preschool age kiddos. 

Here is how we celebrate 10 Days of Easter with our elementary age kiddos. 

We would love for you to join us this year! I am taking today’s sick day with fluish kiddos and printing out the materials for 10 days of Easter.

Jesus is alive, friends. And it changes EVERYTHING.

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2 thoughts on “10 Days of Easter

  1. Debbie Smith says:

    I love your resources and open sharing! I shared this blog with friends with young children – thanks Madison!

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