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    I also today got DD a Sofia the First bowl, cup, and spoon set, and a small chocolate egg.

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    I've bought my kids some dairy free bunny head chocolates to hide in plastic eggs around the house, larger dairy free bunnies and cup plate and bowl set each plus a dvd of the movie hop to share.

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    Little bunny, pjs and book
    The bunny will also leave hunting eggs outsidr

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    I've bought some of those plastic eggs from spotlight & will put little things in them (balloons, stickers, etc) to hide for an Easter egg hunt. They're also getting winter pjs. My boys are 2 & 4, too young for chocolate!

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    Easter eggs

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    Star Wars pjs, a book, a snowglobe and a Boba Fett nightlight as little man has just moved into his room (sniff). He also gets a big bilby, kinder surprise bunny and humpty egg from us and the bunny and bilby have a ridulous stash of chocolate for him to find. We also got a snowglobe for our daughter and a bilby and kinder surprise bunny for her which we all share. We're atheists so little man is terribly excited about "chocolate day"!

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    A small bunny (chocolate) from the Easter bunny. Then we do an egg hunt (that the Easter bunny leaves) of small solid eggs. That's it!

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    Default Fluff thread easter

    My LO just turned 3. He is getting winter pjs and I made little homemade raw chocolates, "coconut rough" balls and raspberry/coconut balls and put them in a few of those plastic eggs. I then wrapped the plastic eggs in homemade glittery play dough (kind of like homemade backwards kinder surprises).

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    I am so jealous of all this winter pj's talk. If I gave my kids winter pj's they would think I am nuts. It waayyyy too hot for winter stuff.

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    Some hot wheels stuff (a bike and plane instead of cars for once!) - he has some small eggs from childcare but he also has a bunny. He got a paw patrol big boy cup for his tea (first ceramic cup and yes, my 3 yo drinks decaffeinated tea).


 

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