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I messed up and I think I just ruined the Easter Bunny for my kids. Now I don't know what to do.
DH and I went shopping this morning and bought all the Easter goodies to hide. We don't do much, we try to keep the main focus of Easter on the religious aspect, but we do enough to keep the Easter Bunny alive. So I had a big box of kinder eggs and a couple little gifts to hide. DH had carried them into the house for me and I thought he took them up to our room so I never gave them a second thought. Unfortunately he just set them on the dinning room table and when the girls came home they not only saw them but asked to have the kinder eggs. I told them no they weren't for after school snack and quickly put them away, but I know come Sunday morning when DD1 sees that their chocolate this year is kinder eggs she will put 2 and 2 together.
So now what do I do? I'd really like to keep the magic alive at least for the younger two, and I'm kinda mad that I just ruined it for DD1, she's been questioning more ever since Christmas with Santa so I knew I didn't have much time left with her believing anyways, but I think this will end it completely.
I like that Bree, it may just be time for something like that. She's one of the last few in her class who believe, so as long as she doesn't ruin it for her younger brother and sister then I can deal with her finding out.