8 Kids Not Totally Psyched to Meet the Easter Bunny (PHOTOS)

baby crying Easter BunnyMeeting the Easter Bunny is a rite of passage! Just like meeting Santa. Each year, little kids get so excited to go and visit everybody's favorite egg- and candy-giving magical bunny. But let's admit it, when it comes to meeting the Bun for the first time, there's a little bit of a learning curve.

Sure, he's cute and fluffy when he's in the pages of a book, but when you meet him in the flesh and he turns out to be five times your size and wearing a slightly, uh, frozen expression, it's natural to get slightly nervous ... or just have a total meltdown

We've rounded up some of our favorite Baby-Meets-Bunny moments from the web. 'Tis the season to chuckle affably at these great kids and marvel at their worry, disdain, and bemusement upon meeting this magical rabbit. We hop, I mean HOPE it brings you as many chortles as it did us!

 

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Mrscj... Mrscjones

The second one gave me the creeps too don't blame the kid.

Foste... Foster_Mom

Yeah, some of those rabbits are downright frightening.  #2 was evil looking and #3 had a mouth that looked bloody.  Gah!  Poor Kids.  Where on earth did they get those costumes?  :/

Morri... MorriganzMommy

#2 reminds me of the Donnie Darco rabbit.

Morri... MorriganzMommy

Opps meant #3 is the Donnie Darco rabbit.

Kelly Walters

One thing I always refused was to allow my kids to sit on the Easter bunnies lap.  It just annoys me.   Had a cashier ask my daughter once what the Easter bunny was bringing her....there was silence and my daughter finally answered "nothing".  Certainly my kids got baskets and we colored easter eggs, but it seems the retail world is attempting to turn Easter into a mini Christmas.

Kelly Walters

By the way, I'm not even religious or go to church!  So it isn't a religious issue.

Rosemary Baldwin

I felt like #2 was staring into my soul.....creepy

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