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Get a Personalized Letter from the Easter Bunny
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There are 7 children under the age of 9 in our family (and one on the way). FOUR of those are my grandchildren!! Seems like it was just yesterday that I was blogging on here about my kids who were for the most part, all still at home. Now they are (with the exception of my teen), all grown up with families of their own. With Easter fast approaching, I am starting to think of things I can do that the littles will enjoy. The Easter Letter Factory is the first thing that comes to mind!
My kids would have loved letters from the Easter Bunny when they were younger, and I know that the babes we have in the family right now, will enjoy getting one too. It's awesome to watch the generational traditions continue, and super cool to have an inside scoop on how to make the holidays extra special. Experience is a wonderful teacher! So this year, the kids will be getting a letter from their favorite character of the holiday, the Easter Bunny. Good news! As long as you order by April 7th (the cut off date to get your letter in time) your children and baby grands can get one too.
The letters come printed on the finest of linen and have an official Easter Bunny Seal embossed on them, leaving no doubt from whom they have arrived. These personalized letters are the perfect addition to any Easter Basket and are sure to make the already special holiday, even more fun.
In our house, we go to the Sunrise Service in the park on Easter morning. Then we come home, change out of our church clothes and get ready for the rest of the day. I make a meal with all of my son's favorite foods (he calls this the 'feast' and meals are easily one of his most treasured things about holidays). While the goodies are cooking or baking, I will prepare the Easter Baskets and hide the eggs. Our eggs have candy and money in them. Our baskets have a chocolate bunny and some items I know they will love.
The teen will get things more tailored to his preferences and tastes, but the grandkids will get the traditional Easter-themed stuffed animals, some candy for the baskets (and healthy food items for my oldest grand, who doesn't like too much sugar), and small toys related to the holiday. They will also be getting this wonderful personalized letter straight from the Easter Bunny. I know it's going to be extra special for them to receive, especially the older ones who are able to read or who love being read to.
I think items like this personalized letter from the Easter Bunny are an easy and affordable way to make the day so memorable, and I am happy to share it with you.
Sound like something your kids would like too?
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