It’s been a while, but things have been so crazy! I know I say that all the time, but it’s always true! We’ve been gearing up for our annual Spring Break trip to Disney World next week, and packing and prepping for 3 kids at Disney World is no easy task!
But while we’ve been so caught up in prepping for Disney, I haven’t even begun to think about Easter quickly approaching afterwards. This year, I decided to do Easter gifts for the kiddos instead of Easter Baskets (they’ll still get plenty of treats during their egg hunts, so don’t fret!). I’ve been on the hunt for some fun alternative gifts for Easter, and am pleasantly surprised and happy with my top picks!
1. Matching pajamas from The Elephant Organics
These adorable gender neutral grey pjs come in a huge range of sizes, so I was able to snag a pair for each of the kiddos in their own sizes and still have them match. The elephants are a perfect way to subtly bring in my Alma Mater (Roll Tide!) and the kiddos love them. They are soft and snuggly right out of the box, and Tino and Anissa have been begging them to be on repeat night after night!
2. PBS Kids Streaming Stick
With all the mess going on with crazy people and messages popping up in the middle of YouTube videos, this next gift idea is a total lifesaver. The PBS Kids HDMI Streaming TV Stick offers hours of educational content, and parents never have to worry about what video or ad might come on next! This streaming stick includes hours of preloaded videos, PBS Kids games, songs, and shows. For only $39.99 from Walmart, I’ll rest assured knowing my kiddos will only be watching the good stuff, even if I have to step away for a second!
3. Amazing Construction Magformers set
This 50-piece Police set literally almost brought tears of joy to Tino’s eyes when he opened it up. In fact, I don’t know that I’ve ever seen him so thrilled over a toy in his life (and kid has TONS of good toys!) This great set includes 245 magnetic pieces, 2 figures, an emergency siren and so much more! There’s a follow-along booklet with 50 ideas, but of course, you can use your imagination to create so many more!
What do you think? Easter Basket or Easter Gifts? I’d love to hear your thoughts!
Disclosure: I received free products from PBS Kids, Magformers, and The Elephant Organics in exchange for this review, however all opinions are my own.