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Coco Village's Huge VIP Black Friday Sale * This post contains affiliate links to some of the products that I use and love. This means that if you shop directly through the links, your purchase supports my blog at no additional cost to you. Thank you for your support!   Are you looking for a quality holiday toy for a little one? Checkout Coco Village . Here is their Instagram page. They have something for babies all the way to adults. We discovered Coco Village about 2 years ago when I was searching for a birthday present for my daughter’s first birthday. I saw a post for a Coco Village kitchen bundle and I bought it. I’m so glad I did, because my daughter has loved playing with it. To date it is her favorite toy to play with and I love how it inspires her imagination.                    Coco Village gifted us these fire station toys. I love that these items are high quality, so I know that they will last for the years to come. They are high quality wooden toys. These toys ar

Easter with Little One's

 

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Bunny Pancakes

Checkout these cute bunny pancakes. Your little one is sure to love this for an Easter breakfast. 


Homemade Play Dough

Homemade play dough is such a fun activity. It would be perfect for Easter. Check out the activity here.


Easter Themed Snacks

At snack time you could serve up some Easter themed snacks. Carrots, eggs, Annie’s Bunny Crackers, fruit kabobs, Easter egg fruit pizza, Easter egg pizza, and bunny fruit snacks.


Complete a Easter Craft

Whether it's coloring, painting, and/or using tissue paper your little one will have fun being creative. Decorating eggs is a fun activity as well.


Easter Egg Shaped Sugar Cookies

Make Easter Egg shaped sugar cookies and decorate them with your little one. I really like this recipe from Sally's Baking Addiction.


Wear Easter Themed Clothing

There are so many cute options for Easter Themed clothes. Some of my favorite places to find Easter clothes are; Carter’s, Hanna Andersson, Burt’s Bees, and Target


Easter Books

There are so many great choices of books to read for Easter. Here are some good ones that I thought of; Marshmallow, We’re Going on an Egg Hunt, Llama Llama Egg Hunt, Duck & Goose Here Comes the Easter Bunny, How to Catch the Easter Bunny, Happy Easter Mouse, and Easter Egg Hunt. If you do not want to buy any more books right now you can always check your local library to see what they have available. 


Easter Inspired Bath

Get your little one a bath bomb, bath crayons, or some colored bath drops to end the day with some Easter magic.

 

Easter Egg Hunt

A classic Easter Egg hunt is always fun. Fill plastic eggs with money, candy stickers, nail polish, chapstick, legos, erasers, jewelry, bouncy ball, cheerios, crackers, hair accessories, fruit snacks, small toy cars, magnetic letters, shoe laces, balloons, keychain, crayons, etc.


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