What's the Easter Bunny Bringing to you toddler?

Brenda - posted on 04/07/2009 ( 7 moms have responded )

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My son is 21 months and I'm just curious as to what other parents are going to give their little ones from the Easter Bunny. Do you just give a basket full of goodies or is it a big item like a new bike or something really special. Thanks for your honesty.

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Moriha - posted on 04/11/2009

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Noah is getting, you guessed it, trucks in hous easer basket, some side walk chalk, crayons and candy.  I don't want to over do it, it's not Christmas or his bday...



 

Kellie - posted on 04/10/2009

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Well I have some goodies for our daughter but don't want to give her too much sugar so I am puting a coloring book and crayons and finger paint in there as well for her to play with as well as a new stuffed animal :)

Joce - posted on 04/08/2009

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Well, we just had our first easter related tantrum when the box from my parents arrived filled with choccies!! Stupid me, blindly opened the box in front of toddler then had to deal with the screaming when box was quickly snapped shut and whipped away to the top shelf in the pantry!!! Needless to say, we won't be buying a lot for him as that's what grandparents are for!! :D I am planning a very easy easter egg hunt for my 21 month old and his girlfriend of the same age. Will probably just hide a few of those cute mini choc bunnies each and that will be plenty!!

Melissa - posted on 04/08/2009

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My son is also 21 months. He is getting egg-shaped sidewalk chalk, a bubble set, a swim ring for the pool, a kite, a wiffle ball/bat set and other random things I've picked up. We'll also do an egg hunt and decorate home-made egg-shaped cookies!

User - posted on 04/08/2009

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Roxy is getting a small basket with a stuffed bunny, three eggs filled with cheerios, teddy grahams and goldfish and two small sets of little people. I also bought her a larger little people set with some blocks. She has really gotten into the Little People stuff. I think I spent about $20 total. My mom and dad never really did big gifts at Easter so I dont plan on it either.

Jennifer - posted on 04/07/2009

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The best of Elmo DVD 3 disk set (that's his big present), some small, plush balls, a board book bible with a fuzzy bear on the cover, a small chocolate bunny, and a few eggs filled with candy.  My policy is that as long as it fits in the basket, then it's ok for Easter.  Anything bigger than the basket has to wait for another time (like his birthday.)

Valerie - posted on 04/07/2009

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Well I have four kids ages 10,5,3 and 21 months and I think for all of them including the little ones, a basket full of goodies always put a smile on their faces.  Kids are happy with any kinds of treats you give them especially the little ones!  For my 10 year old, I just put a little more in his basket.  I think the real special gifts should be saved for Christmas or birthdays according to their age.  And of course graduation when the time comes.  I hope this helps you out a little with your decision.  I;m sure your son wil be happy with a nice little Easter basket! 



p.s.  put in some extra treats for yourself!  (have to eat some Easter candy!)  :-)

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