Hoppy Easter

This year was Colton’s first Easter where he actually understood what was going on.  It was so much fun to watch his face light up as he searched for the colorful eggs hidden in the grass.  I wanted him to have treats, but nothing too sugary so we used Annie’s Homegrown cheddar bunnies and fruit snacks.  They are better for him and kept with the theme of Easter.  Also, the individual pre-packed snacks are super quick and easy when we are on the run.

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When I was younger, my grandparents always put change in our eggs and after the Easter egg hunt we would always fill up our piggy banks.  We wanted to keep this tradition going with Colton.  We have been teaching Colton to “save money” lately so it was perfect.  His piggy bank is actually the same one I used when I was little.

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We buy all of this stuff every year for Easter and then are always left wondering what to do with the eggs after.  Check out What’s Up Moms facebook page for a great video on what to do with your left over eggs!

Leave me a comment below with some of your favorite Easter traditions.  Until next time.

XoXo

#mamabeartribe

 

 

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