The Boy is having an existential crisis, I think. We are Presbyterians. One day as we pulled up to church he asked why there was a cloth hanging on the cross. Actually, I think he said "what's dat purple fing up der?" I told him that cloth means that we're getting ready for Easter. He was fine with that, and I assumed he'd forgotten about it.
Then two weeks ago he noticed it again. He asked me, very seriously, if that was the Easter bunny's pants up there. Well, no. I told him. What is it, then? He asked. Hmmm. We went to find our children's minister Mrs. Soup (aka Mrs. Sue) and she explained to him very simply that the cloth is like what Jesus wore and helps us remember Jesus and that he loves us. Why didn't I think of that? In his defense, it would explain the mystery of why the Easter bunny never has on pants. They're on the cross. So that's solved.