Easter Sunday is next weekend so I thought I’d share how we celebrated last Easter. I love taking breakfast a step further for the holidays and making it extra special for the kids, so last Easter the kids woke up to a sweet little breakfast treat inspired by a post I read on Thoughtfully Simple. It was too easy and too cute not to do. We had mini-pancakes which I served in a cupcake wrapper with a lollipop stick inside. A few polka-dots on the lollipop stick made with a purple pen dressed it up a bit. The kiddos also enjoyed strawberry yogurt with a tiny bit of pink sugar for added interest. I also gave them a little milk bottle with orange juice and a striped paper straw. The colors were perfect for spring and the kids really liked the extra effort I put in to make their breakfast a little more cuter than usual.
After breakfast, the kids were off to search for their Easter Baskets from the Easter Bunny. Last year was the first year I “hid” the baskets and it made it so much more fun. I’ll be doing the scavenger hunt again this year. The clues were hidden in plastic eggs and the kids had to follow the clues which eventually led them to their basket of goodies.
I love creating memories with my girls and this one was super easy and brought a smile to their pretty little faces. Love that! Can’t wait to do it again this year.
Hope you enjoyed your Easter treats, girlies. Mommy loves you.