Neighborhood Egg Hunt

How many eggs will you find in your neighborhood? Join Alamo City Moms and families across San Antonio for this epic (social distancing appropriate) Egg Hunt.

The loss of holidays during this isolating time can be particularly hard on the youngest members of our homes – we were particularly looking forward to hunting eggs with friends at my house. Alamo City Moms invites you to print an egg or two (or 5!) and ‘hide’ them in your windows. Go on a neighborhood walk or drive and ‘hunt’ for all the eggs you can find along the way.

Egg Hunt Printables

Just like the ‘bear hunts’ and chalk walks that neighbors have been participating in, the egg hunt is more fun when more homes participate – so share with your neighborhood groups and print out extra copies for neighbors if you’d like (then leave them on their porch for good social distancing practice!). Please take a picture and tag us on Facebook or IG so we can feature your eggs.

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Amanda
A fifth-generation San Antonionian - who happened to spend her formative years in Austin - Amanda loves the SAT from the confetti in her hair to the bluebonnets under her feet. Never one to miss a reason to host a party or decorate for a theme, Amanda revels in the 'mas Fiesta' attitude of the city. She's mom to Vivi (2012) aka #HurricaneVivi and wife to Francois, whom she met at Texas A&M (FTAC '05). She has a Masters in Early Childhood Education and a Doctorate in Making it Up As She Goes - which means she's a sometimes-fun-mom. You can find her on Instagram . She loves confetti, croissants, and a cold Ranch Water. Favorite Restaurant: Piatti's Favorite Landmark: Johnson Street footbridge in King William Favorite San Antonio Tradition: Fiesta Medals