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Easter is coming soon, the amount of chocolate my children gets too much. I prefer they get either outfits or small toys. So I decided to post a list of Easter gift ideas for parents to give to their children.
VTech Baby Lil’ Critters Moosical Beads – Musical baby toy features a variety of fabric textures for baby tactile development. Bead ring with light up lights and spinning squares are great for fine motor skills.
Marvel Avengers in Trouble – Have a family night playing this version of Trouble. A great way to spend some family time and make memories.
Star Wars Darth Vader Pajamas – Do you have a little boy who is a Star Wars fan? Give them this p.j. set that they will love.
Short Sleeve Princess Dress – For those that want to dress like a princess, there is this beautiful princess tutu dress. It is something special for your little one.
Crayola Amazing Art Case – Drawing is a great way for your child to express their imagination. With so many electronics in our world today, drawing is something we should encourage every child to do. A great way to express themselves.
Oball Rattle and Roll Toy Car – Fun for both babies and toddlers. These rattle and roll toy cars are bright in colour and fun for the little ones.
Family Favourite Treasures – The Cat in the Hat, Babe and Beethoven all in one dvd. A great dvd for movie night with the kids. They will enjoy these 3 movies and will want to watch them again and again.
POOF Sidewalk Chalk (48-piece) – With the nicer weather, get the kids out to draw on the sidewalk in front of your house and bring some colour to it. Great fun for the kids and gets them out of the house enjoying the outdoors.
Little Tikes Learn to Turn Scooter Green/Blue Ride On– Scooters are great for your child’s motor skills. Why not get them one of these scooters so they can ride to the park or ride beside you while you both go for a walk?
Beat the Parents – This board game is kids against the parents. Who knows the most about the others? Kids answer questions about the parents and parents answer questions about the kids. A fun filled night for the whole family.
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