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Easter is coming up and we are even going to our first Egg Hunt this weekend. It's a tradition that we started when Kenzie was born and hope to continue as long as the kids want! I do wish that Mason will smile when he sees the Easter Bunny this year. It's also time to start preparing fun Easter baskets for the kids this year and since FROZEN is still going strong in our household, it was the perfect theme to surprise Kenzie with.
I headed to Walmart to pick up the FROZEN Easter basket goodies. I shooed the kids to the toy section so that I could check out the Easter aisle (Kenzie surprised me by running through the aisle and grabbing an egg!). The selection was great and so reasonably priced so I picked up a fun huge Olaf basket along with Elsa and Anna toys and a few candies.
I really have only a few memories of my father who passed away when I was six years old. One that stands out is going on Easter Egg hunts at a park after church. It was really fun and I used to get those huge baskets full of mainly candy and chocolate bunnies as well as the neat punch ball balloons. Kenzie is going to turn 6 this Christmas and I can't imagine her not having a father at that age to grow up with. I want to create as many fantastic memories for her as I can as she grows up.
The FROZEN assortment that I included in the Olaf basket include several small activity items (these are perfect for on-the-go and travel), an Olaf necklace, FROZEN jelly beans, FROZEN tattoos and a mini gumball machine filled with the perfect shade of blue. I can't wait for the Easter Bunny to surprise Kenzie with this basket of goodies. She's even more into FROZEN now that she saw the FROZEN Fever short right before watching Cinderella!
I'll have to whip up an equally amazing basket for Mason - I'm thinking Marvel themed because he seems to think he is a super hero at times. Our tradition of going to Easter Egg hunts, taking photos with the Easter Bunny and preparing amazing Easter baskets will hopefully create wonderful memories for the kids to cherish as they grow older.
What are your Easter traditions? Have you thought about creating a Disney themed basket?