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  1. Happy Easter and thanks for sharing and linking up with us at the #WWDParty.

  2. Great list! I made baskets for my grandsons and they received play-doh toys and socks in addition to just a few bags of candy. I actually bought Easter chocolates on clearance last year and stuck them in the freezer. Super cheap, and still taste great – had to sample to be sure 🙂

    1. That is a great idea to freeze candy! I didn’t even know you could do that 🙂 Thanks for sharing your tip and I’m sure your grandsons are going to love their baskets!!!

  3. Super fun ideas! I bet Easter will be fun at your house tomorrow…. Pinning!! Happy Easter to you and yours…. 🙂
    “hugs” Crystelle
    Crystelle Boutique

  4. We do books usually too for family devotions, but I was in a passion play 3 days this week, and we had practice every night this past week, so it was different this year. My mom has made the baskets for my kids that they use every year. This year the three oldest girls got Frozen (DVD) as they really wanted it, my son got a sponsored post gift ;), and my youngest got bubbles-she was extremely happy. They all got a little candy, so for all 5 of them, I spent about $25. Thanks for linking up with the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party. I have pinned your post to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Board!

    1. That’s amazing Tammy that you only spent $25 on all five kids! I’m super impressed and I’m sure your kids loved them! Sounds like you had a busy week last, hopefully you can get into a more “normal” routine this week 🙂

  5. I love this list -we always give baskets to the grandchildren. I have a few sweets but this will help me give some other great gifts.


  6. We live in Germany – as far as I’m aware, Easter baskets are not a tradition here but in the recent years, people have taken to giving kids presents (turning into something like a mini 2nd Christmas). Retailers (obviously) come up w promotions to encourage this too. Last year, my 8 year old asked why we don’t give them presents unlike his friends’ parents. I replied that he has already received the greatest gift of all – the gift of life. Someone has died for him and it is impt to remember that this is why we celebrate Easter. Not for the presents. He understood and didn’t press further.

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