Easter Bunny parades around the Gulf Coast
The Easter Bunny came a little early this year and you could soon see him in your own neighborhood.
People across the Gulf Coast may not be able to attend their favorite Easter festivities this year as everyone follows social distancing guidelines. That’s why Seymour Law Firm in Ocean Springs decided to parade the ‘Bayou Bunny’ through as many coastal neighborhoods as possible until Easter Sunday, April 12th.
They began this morning in Gulf Hills. Tina Seymour with Seymour Law Firm says they’re working with law enforcement to ensure everyone’s safety while still bringing joy to families in a dark time. “People can come out in their yards and photobomb the Easter Bunny. The rules are they have to stay away six feet at least. They can’t get in the road. We want it to be safe and we will pause so they can get the whole family out to get in the picture. I just feel like with everything going on this gives kids the chance to celebrate a little bit of Easter and also for them to have an Easter picture with their family.”
To track where the Easter Bunny is going next go to ‘Seymour Law Firm’ on Facebook.
It’s not just for kids. Tina encourage everyone to post their pictures with the bunny on their Facebook page. The parents, 21 and older, who receive the most likes on their picture will receive a ‘survival basket’ filled with Easter goodies and a bottle of wine.