Military Moms Neighborhood Egg Hunt

Green basket with multi-colored eggs

We may not be able to attend our favorite events and holiday activities right now, but with a little help from our communities, we can still do an Easter Egg Hunt while practicing social distancing. Similar to the “Bear Hunts” and “Chalk Walks” we’ve seen popping up over neighborhoods across the country, our hunt works best when lots of neighbors (of all ages!) participate. So spread the word on your base and in your community!

Green easter egg basket filled with multicolored eggs with a white background

How it Works

Download and print the MilMB Easter Egg Hunt Coloring Pages.

Decorate your favorite egg anyway you’d like! 

Display your egg(s) in your front window for all to see by Wednesday, April 8th.

Egg Hunt April 9-12

Go hunt for eggs with your household and see how many eggs you can find! *Don’t forget* to take pictures of all the beautiful eggs you find and share with us on Facebook or Instagram, tag us @militarymomcollective, use #milmbegghunt, and share where you live. 

Let’s see how many neighborhoods and bases get represented!

#milmbegghunt #hereiammilitarymomsblog

Unable to leave your home?

Encourage all your surrounding neighbors to hang eggs where you can see them from different rooms of your house. Or set-up a zoom “block party” with your neighborhood showing off all of your colored eggs to each other. 

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Amie Glazier
Originally from Denver, Amie enjoyed a break from cold winters while stationed in various southern locales with her husband, who is a pilot in the Navy. But they currently live outside Seattle, and she is now learning to love the rain. Amie and her husband have four small children who eat dinosaur chicken nuggets like they're going extinct and love all things aviation. After graduating with her B.A. in English, Amie worked in various fields with each military move, but never stopped writing. She has been a contributor for The Military Mom Collective since it was founded and finds joy in helping other moms connect in community. When she’s not writing or herding her adorable brood, you can find Amie working out at the local cross fit gym, binge-watching Hallmark movies, and actually enjoying chemistry while home-brewing with her husband. Amie is proud to be co-owner and Director of Partnerships for MilMC to help military families connect worldwide. You can contact Amie at info {at} militarymomcollective {dot} com and follow her journey on Instagram @mrs.amielou