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    What do you get your kids for easter?

    I have seen some 'ideas' on Facebook that I just can't get my mind around. Things like use a golf umbrella instead of a easter basket.

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    Nothing yet. She's 17 months.

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    DS gets a chocolate egg or bunny from us and the Easter bunny leaves eggs in the yard for the hunt but also brings him a toy ( nothing big only as its a long time until his birthday in October so just another excuse to buy him something! Plus he's not a huge chocolate fan )

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    A book and a pair of winter pajamas. Everyone in the family gets one on Easter Sunday at their breakfast setting.

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    My children get an easter egg hunt, a bunny, a book, winter pjs and a puzzle.

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    PJs over here too as DD and DS are CMPI. Sweet William do a dairy free chocolate so they may get a few dairy free bunny heads too.

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    A few Easter eggs to hunt and some winter pjs

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    A pair of winter pjs, slippers and a couple of Easter eggs/bunnies. The Easter bunny will probably bring an egg and bunny each and I might get them an egg and the pjs and slippers. Need to check with the bunny so we don't double up!

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    my kids 7 & 4 are getting socks and jocks, white chocolate bunnies and a small gift each.

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    A small trail of little eggs leading to a new pair of pjs. When she gets older we'll do an Easter egg hunt.


 

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