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Easter plans?

For those of you who celebrate, what are your plans?
The weather has been so lovely here we are actually thinking of having our Easter luncheon at the park this year. Because we will be having it at the park we've changed our menu from the traditional ham dinner to fried chicken, potato salad, chips, you know basically picnic food. I think it will be fun especially for the little ones, more room to play.
I'm putting together baskets for the little ones ages 1-5. Any ideas?

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msbyn
Mar. 28th, 2010 07:23 pm (UTC)
We always do a clue based easter hunt with ten clues that each lead to the next clue that leads to the Easter "gift". We don't do candy or typical Easter stuff. This year the boxes will be mostly bicycling accessories to go with our "new" bikes for trail riding as a family:)
walk0nthe0cean
Mar. 28th, 2010 08:11 pm (UTC)
Play-dough (homemade or store bought) is always a big hit w/ my kiddos. When they were smaller, we bought art supplies and made play-dough, packaged that up with some cookie cutters and viola - Easter basket of fun.

This year, I'm doing themed Easter baskets based on each child's favorite things.
busywifeandmom
Mar. 28th, 2010 11:05 pm (UTC)
My relatives in California often pack up a meal and eat at the beach on holidays. They say there is hardly anybody there because they are all entertaining relatives. I think your Easter sounds great!!
heartshpdbox
Mar. 29th, 2010 12:35 am (UTC)
Easter falls on my birthday this year... so I'm just maintaining the same plans we have every year... dinner at my SO's aunt's house.

I like filling baskets with playdough, bubbles, bouncy balls, all sorts of things that can be soon used outside!! :)
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