How are we really just days away from another Easter? It seems like just yesterday we were passed out by 10pm on New Years Eve. Nevertheless, it’s among us! One thing I love about Easter is all the bright colors and bunny shaped toys. I’ve always loved filling Easter Basket’s with little trinkets, toys, and candy. Now that the kids are getting older, I’ve put some large items in their baskets so they have that “wow” factor. Here is what my kids will be getting come Sunday morning! These Vans (boys/girls) are the cutest Spring shoes I’ve come across in a long time. The pastel colors will transition perfectly into Summer. I recently shared iSee Me Books on my Instagram stories (@chanelvanreenen) and received a ton of responses. I love how these books can bet personalized with your kids names or other family members names. The options don’t just end with books either. You can personalize puzzles, lunch boxes, placemats, growth charts, etc. They have options for year round gifting. The Target dollar spot is perfect for finding inexpensive toys, bubbles, and candy. I chose some bubbles, a nerf football, socks, candy, cute sunglasses, and bins of super hero’s and ponies for the kids. Seeing as how these toys will probably disappear by Sunday night, I didn’t want to spend a fortune on toys. We will also be having our annual Easter egg hunt in the backyard which means I have about 200+ plastic eggs to stuff and I still haven’t purchased anything for them. If you have any suggestions on what you put in your Easter eggs, I would love to hear in the comments below!
Do you have any favorite items you put in Easter baskets this year? What are you plans for Sunday? We will be hosting family at our house and I’m super excited to set up the table 🙂