Why are Lambs a Symbol of Easter? April 12 2017
They're cute, and we love them - but why exactly do we associate them with this holiday?
At the Real Wool Shop we have a special place in our hearts for lambs - we love lambswool products and have even adopted "Liam the Lamb" for our store mascot. Naturally, lambs are kind of our thing all year long.
But if I asked you which holiday you associate most with lambs, you'd probably say Easter, of course. But why?
Well, there are a few different reasons. In many different religions, lambs symbolize sacrifice and renewal.
Spring, especially the time around Easter, is a time when many animal births are occurring after a long winter, which may be another reason for our association of baby sheep with this time of year.
Not to mention, lamb is a traditional Easter day meal in many countries around the world.
If you're looking for fabulously soft, high quality lamb stuffies to fill your little ones' Easter baskets, look no further! We have a whole family of lambies to take home.