I love Chocolate as much as the next person. Except if the next person is my sister, she loves it more.
Anyway, so we're not saying Easter Eggs are bad, the or that you shouldn't enjoy Hot Cross Buns for the 3 months leading up to Easter. ( it is getting seriously crazy!)
In our house we think that the Easter Bunny could bring a gift as well as chocolates. A gift that doesn't spike our blood sugar, and that we can play with for the whole year. Or something that we can bring out each Easter for an Easter Themed Toy Rotation.
For the Easter Egg Hunt
Wooden eggs to use in your Easter Egg Hunt is a great idea. Keep the fun of the hunt going for longer, but also cutting down on the Chocolate that ends up in the buckets.
Versatile Easter Buckets! The Scrunch Buckets are a fabulous Easter Gift and you can pick any colour you like. It can be used for the Easter Egg hunt, and then again in the sandpit, or beach vacations!
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Easter for Babies
Babies are really the easiest. A beautiful teether or rabbit soft toy is a simple gift that will always be loved.
Easter for Your 1 Year Old
A toy to engage your 1 year old around Easter. We're thinking a colourful rabbit stacker a Roly Poly or a bath toy egg.
Easter for Your 2 Year Old
Add a bath toy egg mixed amongst the chocolate eggs, or musical eggs, pull along toys are great fun for this age, or why not a rabbit in a carrot car.
Easter for 3 Years and up
Ok so once they hit three the kids are now allowed to have a wide range of toys, and by this age they have had a few Easters so have a few Bunnies that can be part of the Easter Celebrations.
So add to the outdoor fun with an Egg and Spoon race,
Easter for Older Kids
The older kids will love the chance to open up an egg, and discover something inside!
These toys and more are in our Easter Collection.
We hope you laugh and play today.
Helle owns Lucas loves cars. Working with toys since 2012, she has played with toys for a long time and is very picky about which toys make the list. Like a spoilt child, she will have a tantrum if the toy doesn't work and will play for hours if she finds it engaging and fun. Or until someone tells her it's time for lunch.