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    Default Easter basket fillers

    So ds has a cows milk protein allergy do basically chocolates are out of the question for Easter. So what do you fill your LO baskets with beside eater eggs??

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    Default Easter basket fillers

    Aside from Easter eggs, my children always get winter pj's, some books, maybe a colouring book for younger ones.

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    I don't really do much for easter apart from eggs.

    Could your little one have non dairy eggs? Either soy based, dark chocolate or those candy eggs?

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    we only do a couple of little eggs. but i now have an allergy child so will watch this thread. what about an easter craft, depending on age

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    Toy cars, paints, books, colouring books with pencils/crayons, stickers, barbie clothes, dvds.

    There are heaps of things you could use. Last year for easter, we had heaps of dinosaur train stuff my mum bought to fill up his basket as she knows i would eather him not have a heap of chocolate.

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    Default Easter basket fillers

    Could you make your own?


 

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