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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyls View Post
    We get one egg for each our girls and a new set of winter pj's. So flanny jimjams, slippers and a dressing gown and bed socks with the little rubber dots lol.
    I would have to buy them anyway and they love getting a whole new set. Works for us.
    I do the same.

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    I still like the 'egg idea' (spring ~ new life etc...even though it is ar$e about for us here in Australia)

    ..my three are getting a couple of paper mache eggs and some cool swirly 'pearlised' paint and some new paint brushes.
    - and we are going camping

    [camping with the inlaws...fingers crossed we all come back alive! - it's only in a caravan park - but still..if I haven't logged on by April 9..send out a search party!]

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    Mine is getting books and movies 5 to 7 in the Harry Potter series, a very small pack of gf, vegan sour worms, and a Sweet Williams bunny. She was going to get a fish, but we'll be away, so I will get us a fish when we get back.

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    Books. I give a book in lieu for eggs to mum, brother, DH and DD. Mum always gives my brother and I pajamas regardless of how old we are.

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    we will do a small egg hunt, about 5 little soild eggs for each of them, ending at a pressie of Thomas the tank cutlery and a bowl (thomas too).

    I always say to family to only give small amount of choc but we have ALOT of family so even a small about fomr each ends up being alot!

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    My bros get an easter egg hunt (with those little solid Cadbury easter eggs), a cute egg cup and winter jammies!

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    Pajamas here too! My mum and MIL always give the kids a pair of flannie pajamas!

    We normally get them a new pair of slippers!

    They both get one token egg which they eat over a few weeks!

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    This year, nothing. DS will be 23 months old so won't understand an he doesn't like chocolate anyways.

    Next year I'll be stealing some ideas from this thread

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    We've got DD some bunny littlest pet shop toys, bubble sets, hollow plastic eggs filled with beads, sequins, buttons and other crafty things, and a couple of books. We're doing a hunt and at the end of the hunt is a bigger littlest pest shop bunny that moves/wiggles/squeaks.

    It's going to be awesome!

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    I was gonna do his first Easter egg hunt This year.

    My STep mum said she gave her kids new winter pjs every year for Easter. Which is sensible.

    I think craft, soft toys, books...?

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