Word of the Week: Easter



With Easter just around the corner my mind has turned to introducing this special time to my daughter. Over the course of the week I have been delighted in finding things that say goodbye Winter hello Spring. The weather may be still on the cold side but the sun has arrived and I'm looking forward to the future.

Here are five ways to celebrate the season with a little one. 

  1. Blooms: These lovely Tulips and Daffodils came courtesy of my Daughter to say Happy Mothers Day, but equally sum up Easter to me too. 



2. Books are fantastic for introducing your little ones to the season. I tend to buy mine from charity shops meaning they are a lot cheaper but are still very much loved.




3. An Easter Basket full of treats suitable for your little one. Here I've chosen biscuits instead of chocolate.


4. I've loved Jelly Cat bunnies since I first saw them and this little one was just 99p from a charity shop while the bigger M&S bunny was a bargain at £1.




5. Finally I couldn't resist this little Poundland Money Box 

How do you celebrate the season? 



The Reading Residence
Mr and Mrs T Plus Three



Comments

  1. That money box is so sweet! We love Miffy and Lettice books here, too. Lovely suggestions, thanks for sharing with #WotW

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    1. She sure is. Pleased to hear there are fellow Miffy and Lettice lovers out there. I've been looking at Easter bookshelves of other bloggers but haven't seen them.

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  2. Oh, I do like that bunny piggy bank, I have a thing about piggy banks.

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    1. This one was too cute and soon had me hopping over to the tills to buy her.

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  3. The bunny money box is a cute little bargain!

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  4. Five lovely ways to introduce a new season. I too love the money box, indeed a real bargain. I love the egg hunts I used to organize for my children when they were small and of course the fellowship of church at this time of year.

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    1. At One I'm finding myself questioning whether she could take part in an egg hunt and I think the religious side may pass over her. Maybe in future years she'll understand it all.

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  5. Some lovely finds. The money box is irresitible. #WotW

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  6. Those flowers look amazing, and of course who could resist that cute money box. #wotw

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  7. Lovely Eastery moments!! I like the last bunny especially. Beautiful tulips as well! They are so lovely aren't they. Thank you for joining Five On Friday, I hope that you have a good weekend! xx

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    1. Thanks Amy for stopping by and commenting. I hope you also have a lovely weekend.

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  8. The flowers are lovely. You found some good ways of introducing the idea of a new season to the little ones with pretty spring flowers, picture books and cuddly bunnies. Decorating hard boiled eggs used to be another fun thing to do with my children when they were small.

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    1. Thank you Linda. I'm not sure how paint would go down with my daughter - I'd have to resort to the edible type.

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  9. Awh, I miss when mine were little and I could read to them! Loving the bunny money box, what a bargain.

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    1. As soon as I saw it I couldn't resist. There's chicks too but the bunny is too cute.

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  10. You've got some great bargains there to welcome Easter. I love the money box. You've inspired me to have a look around our charity shops for some more books for the kids.

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    1. Thank you. I hope you too find some bargains.

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  11. What a bargain find. I lofe charity shops can get some great books and isn't it brillant she likes her books X #wotw

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    1. That certainly seems to be the case looking at that photo. :)

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  12. It's great to introduce them to Easter traditions isn't it? And the books are a great way to do it, as well as bunnies and chocolates :) #wotw

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    1. My daughters basket is free from chocolate, but I may not get away with that in years to come.

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  13. I love the Easter basket and those flowers are so pretty. We've been having a lot of fun doing Easter crafts in preparation for Easter and the girls have been enjoying the little chocolate eggs that keep appearing! :-)

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    1. Thank you. My daughter is only one and I'm not sure what crafts to do with her presently but I'd love to have a go. Any suggestions?

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  14. Ah that money box is super cute. Thanks for linking up to #TheList x

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    1. It sure is. There was a chick too but the bunnies are sooo sweet.

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  15. Hi Helena, Easter is a bigger celebration than Christmas over here and the atmosphere is excellent. I love the idea of making up a little Easter basket to prepare little ones for the coming of Easter.

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    1. It doesn't cost much but can brighten up their day.

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