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Just wondering what you guys are going to do about Easter candy.
In Alexandra's basket, I am going to put books and some outdoor toys and other small things, but I kind of wanted to put a little bit of easter candy in too-a very little bit. But is there any kind that is "toddler friendly"? Mainly-something that is not an allergy issues or a choking hazard? I was initially thinking about Peeps-but then realized that would probably be a big choking hazard....
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I really haven't thought about it yet! But I guess we will put maybe some cotton candy? I know we gave my son some at really young age and it was super funny to watch him eat it and wonder where it went when it dissolved on his tongue! Maybe a little bag of cookies as well.
Interested to see what ideas others might have!
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I do small baskets Each kids gets a book a small under $5.00 toy a thing of peeps (I'll eat Elizabeth's) a small chocolate bunny (again I'll eat hers) and a few eggs. My kids would question it is Elizabeth's basket was different from theirs.
I Gerber fruit snack are a good idea or the fruit twist.
We will be on vacation over easter so we will not be doing a basket this year either. If I was doing a basket I would put some of Ryans fav snack food in (Grammy Sammy, yogurt melt, homemade scones) and a toy and probably a book.
How about Annie's bunnies? Austin loves the honey graham crackers and they have lots of other things as well. My older son likes the organic fruit snacks. I don't like my kids to have candy, so I won't buy any for them and I'll try to sneak away any they get from others (I know I'm a mean mom).
I would like to get a small book for each of my boys for Easter, too.