Who says the Easter bunny isn’t an essential service worker?
Though many celebrations have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, Easter, occurring this year on April 12, doesn’t have to be one of them.
According to lifestyle experts, there are plenty of ways to make Easter special while following protocol to slow the spread of COVID-19.
“This is going to be the Easter that (our children) remember for the rest of their lives,” said Audrey McClelland, a mother of five and former cast member of TLC’s parenting show “What She Said.” “We need to make this special, because this is going to be the one that they’re telling their grandchildren about someday.”
Here are tips from McClelland and others for getting into the Easter spirit, while adhering to coronavirus precautions.
Keep grandparents involved while keeping them safe
Grandparents and older family members face a higher risk of complications