Here comes…Peter Cottontail
While the origins of the Easter Bunny remain fuzzy, it is generally believed that the custom of an egg laying rabbit was most likely brought to the United States by German immigrants. Deriving from the ancient tradition of rabbits being symbols of fertility and Spring obviously being the most fertile time of year.
Regardless, this iconic image of the Easter holiday can be found in a myriad of forms
An Easter meal would not be complete without bunny acroutments
And of course, rabbits are just meant for the garden
Mr. H says: Easter is when a lot of people repent and wish they had not ate that last chocolate bunny-Enjoy!