Easter eggs symbolize the empty tomb of Jesus. Although the egg appears to be as dead as a tomb, a bird hatches from within it, and similarly, for Christians it is a reminder of Jesus's resurrection.
The custom originated in Mesopotamia where the eggs were stained red in memory of Christ's Blood. Nowadays however, Easter eggs are filled with chocolates and other treats and dispersed throughout a place by the ''Easter Bunny'' for kids to find on Easter Morning.
As the Easter Bunny doesn't discriminate; there are eggs that constantly beep so that children with visual impairments are still able to find them. Since 2008, the International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators have sponsored a nationwide campaigns in the U.S. to build beeping Easter Eggs every year, so that as many people can enjoy the holiday as possible.