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    bunkx is offline Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect. It means that you've decided to look beyond the imperfections
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    My kids are getting
    1 bunny
    1 large hollow egg
    1 bag mini eggs
    1 freddo pack

    Slippers, pjs (both needed) & maybe a new book

    The rest of the family are getting them other things no chocolate

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    Red tulip bunnies for me and a white chocolate easter egg hunt for hubby haha he missed out on a lot of these types of things as a kid so I try and make everything special... and I still love easter egg hunts!!! Hubby is in the army and two years ago he gave me an army themed egg hunt haha we didn't do anything last yea because we lived in Darwin, not much point hiding eggs up there! Plus we were worried our puppies would find them!

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    I am just getting DS a big bunny and some clothes. My mum is buying enough for an easter egg hunt which he will do with my sister as i am working all over easter(all morning shifts). One of the girls from work is gonna come over once we finish work and we are going to do an egg hunt with some plastic eggs with cars and money and whatever else i can think of inside as he will get too much chocolate.

    He is really looking forward to easter aka been asking every night since christmas was over how long til the easter bunny comes and i have him convinced that if he eats easter eggs before the bunny comes(from all the ones inside the shops he sees most days) the bunny wont come. I am horrible haha.

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    Miss 12 is getting a Cadbury bunny box set, some Easter activity booklets, some PJs and money for her to spend on our holidays!

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    I think it will be just a small hollow egg each, pyjamas and some bunny ears. They will get enough chocolate from family so I'm not too bothered (too young to eat most of it anyway!)

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    What we pretty much do every year.
    PJs
    DVD
    Slippers
    But I am making some dairy free treats for her this year because she's 3.5 so I think she is old enough for some choccies.

    We do a plastic egg hunt too
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    We usually buy a toy bunny each and leave an Easter basket with a chocolate bunny in it.
    Then we follow the "bunny paw prints" which lead outside and do an Easter egg hunt
    They've been asking for a real rabbit so not sure if we'll get one and leave it at the end or buy one for their birthday next month.

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    I haven't even given easter any thought yet..lol.
    I will get the kids a few eggs at some stage and not sure what else. I just don't want them gorging on sugar as DS1 is already undergoing extensive/expensive dental work. I don't want to add fillings to that.

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    We go away every Easter with family so we'll do a combined egg hunt, than I have a big Kinder Surprise egg, a Skylanders mug with egg and probably a easter teddy- he loves his teddies. I was thinking about a sound one but I'm thinking that might be a bit annoying after a while so I think I might just go for a soft fluffy bunny.

    Mum is getting the rest of the kids some pj's for Easter (I went and laybyed them) but I had only just bought DS new winter pj's so I'm not sure what she's getting for DS- if anything, as we'll be away with other family.

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    Dont get a real rabbit for easter tey may think it is the easter bunny and expect eggs all the time from it lol

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