A Tisket A Tasket, A Toothbrush in My Basket #KinderMom

Yes I'm the kind of parent that gives a toothbrush to my kid
a few times a year. She gets one in her Christmas stocking,
Easter basket, and birthday gift in the summer.
 Easter is kind of a big deal in my house and has been since I was a little girl. It truly is a family celebration without the restraints and stresses of holiday shopping for the perfect gift that no one really even needs. We prepare for our celebrations by donating to our local foodbank. Holidays can be a stressful time for families on a fixed/low income so foodbanks can help ease some of their stress.

I am going to spend a lot of time in my own kitchen preparing for our big Easter dinner, and preparing many different kinds of treats. This year I will be making a bunny cake and my famous birds nest chocolate cookies.
For the first time, I will set up a small
egg hunt at home using the Kinder Egg Hunt Kit.
 As for egg hunt traditions, I haven't organized many egg hunts, but instead build gift baskets that are uniquely tailored for the child who is receiving it. Easter inspires me to share the JOY of the Spring season.  I am donating 24 Kinder Surprise eggs to my after school program at work along with fun pencils to hunt for on Easter Monday since the daycare is open. Since Kinder Surprise eggs are peanut free and contain a toy within the creamy chocolate shell-it's like two gifts in one.
What is Kinder® doing to Share the Joy?
"Once again, Kinder® has partnered with Children’s Miracle Network and will be providing 12 Easter basket kits to CMN hospitals. As well, Kinder® will be donating another $25,000 to help support this non-profit organization dedicated to saving and improving the lives of children by raising funds for children’s hospitals across North America."
How do you celebrate Easter?

“Disclosure: I’m part of the Kinder® Mom program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group.  The opinions on this blog are my own”


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