Despite social distancing practices during the novel coronavirus pandemic, one neighborhood has come up with a creative way to keep its annual Easter egg hunt alive.
Brooke Peck, a mom of one from Atlanta, Georgia, launched a Facebook event for a spring egg hunt -- encouraging other parents and their children to decorate and hang paper eggs in their windows.
The scavenger hunt has now taken off, and 400 families have since taken part.
"We knew it'd be a loss," Peck told "Good Morning America," of the canceled egg hunts. "So doing the egg hunts on windows and doors helps us stay connected as a community even though we are all not together."
The idea is to have kids walk around and count how many Easter eggs they're able to spot in town.
Peck said schools have been closed as a result of stay-at-home orders, and the egg hunts have been a fun activity since online learning was dismissed this week for spring recess.
"[One mom]and her kids did 3 1/2 miles around the neighborhood and they counted 329 eggs," Peck said. "Those were eggs put up in windows and plastic eggs on lawns. It brings them joy."
"It's nice to have something happy going on right now."