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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 girls are getting new pjs and ugg boots

    One box of Lego to share

    One humpy dumpty egg and a bunny each

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    No chocolate in this house, never has been.

    Kids get new winter pjs & a bunny of some kind. Can just imagine the amount of bunnies we'll have by the time they move out.

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    I bought plastic easter eggs and filled them with hair clips, hair bands and jewellery. That's for the hunt. She is also getting a Dora boxed set with an egg cup, spoon and chocolate egg. DS is only 4 months old so he will be getting a little plush rabbit toy

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    I know its not alternate, but when we have a family get together I just do a basket of chocolate for everyone to pig out on. Our kids get a egg hunt and I think this year (because we still have a lot of eggs from last year) I might just be saying no eggs for the boys. I just want to do a day of easter crafts. That will make it fun all day

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    DS is almost 2.5 years old so for his previous easter's we gave him Easter themed story books. Last year he got his first Easter egg, was just one of the hallow egg shaped ones.

    He has also got about 4 bunny teddies that family have given him and a Peter rabbit that my grandparents gave him.

    This year I bought a truck car trailer with 5 little cars on it and three hollow egg sized eggs in it for him and we'll do his first Easter egg hunt with a packet of little solid eggs.

    For all the nieces and nephews I have bought packs with a torch and three hollow egg sized eggs in them.

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    My girls get a Humpty Dumpty Egg ($2.50 from woollies last week) each and we do a hunt outside - some of the small solid eggs & real egg sized hollow choc eggs (these go into a basket for everyone to share - adults get more than the kids) and I have some of the little plastic eggs you can fill yourself.

    This year to go in the plastic eggs I have some hair ties & ribbons for the older kids and plastic dinosaurs and farm animals for the younger ones (we have my 3 nieces & 2 nephews round for lunch and wait until they arrive before we do the treasure hunt).

    We don't go too overboard.
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    DD is getting an Easter colouring book and some new crayons

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    T is getting a lactose-free choc bunny (okay, so its huge for her, she won't be eating all of it but you don't get a lot of choice in LF) and new flanny pjs for winter. We've also got some of those plastic hollow eggs that pull apart, I'm filling them with an assortment of cheerios/sultanas/tiny teddies and her other favourite treats and using them for our Easter egg hunt.

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    I brought huge bag of plastic eggs for DD to do an Easter hunt.

    I've made her a hamper which includes:
    2 beanie baby eggs (no chocolate)
    Pjs
    Ugg boots
    DVD
    And I'm going to make some truffles for her (probably only 2 or 3)

    I think that's it.


 

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