Candies, Candies, Candies and more candies (oh yea, and Chocolate too)… I’m sure I have your attention now, don’t I?!? I have to admit that I love Easter for the abundance of candies and chocolates, however now that I have an overzealous and hyper 2 year old, I think we are going to try to stay as clear from anything sugar laden this Easter. She has enough energy to burn without the extra sugar buzz.
So, what do you get a 2 year old for Easter? Well, Hasbro has a bunch of choices for wee ones that will help them enjoy the season without the jitters. Fore review we received a number of Easter related products that didn’t involve extra calories.
The first (and probably DD’s Favourite) – is Mr. Potato Head Spud Bunny. This is the typical Mr. Potato Head, but has all bunny pieces, including a tail. DD enjoyed putting each item in the right (or wrong) place, it used a lot of concentration and dexterity to get the ears, feet and hands in place. I was pretty proud of her abilities. I kind of wish I could have saved this item to give to her on Easter morning, but “lucky” for DD, she gets to test out the Easter presents before the day arrives.
We also received Playskool Wheel Pals Animal Tracks Spring Friends for review. These are cute little toys on wheels that kids can push around back and forth. DD and my brother played around with these little guys each taking their turn zooming around the kitchen island. There was plenty of laughing coming from both of them, and I thought it was quite funny myself to see my grown brother playing so well with baby toys.
We also received Play-Doh Spring Eggs. Each one of these plastic eggs are filled with 1 oz of Play-Doh in bright and vibrant spring colours. Play-Doh is a huge hit in out home. DD and I are always playing with Play-Doh, when all else seems to fail, I know that I can rely on Play-Doh to keep us entertained. The package of Easter Eggs comes with 12 Play-Doh filled eggs – including 1 special golden egg. I’ve saved a few of the eggs and plan on giving putting the rest in her Easter Basket. This will be perfect seeing as we are going to my Grandmothers house and I’m sure that we would be bringing Play-Doh with us anyways.
Ok, Ok, so I know that is it 100% impossible to not give any candies or chocolate to kids during Easter (or any holiday for that matter), but I do think that it’s important to limit the coco intake. These are fun and simple ways to make the holiday enjoyable without any sugar related meltdowns.
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