Grown Up Easter Basket

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Hello, friends…I hope you had a nice weekend. We spent ours visiting family and friends, which is always good for my soul.

With Easter quickly approaching, I’m reminded of the fond memories of the kiddies waking up early on Easter Sunday to follow trails of little chocolate eggs throughout the house to find the larger hidden eggs.

One particular year that sticks out in my mind was when our boys set-up camp in the bathtub, convinced they would finally “catch” the Easter Bunny. They filled the tub with blankets and pillows and settled in for the night as in their innocent little minds, the Easter Bunny would never suspect they would be sleeping there.

The plan was to jump up when they heard him come in, flash their flashlights at him and catch the elusive chocolate maker in the act. When you think about it, it was a sweet and brilliant plan but alas, they never did catch the Easter Bunny as he outsmarted them by laying multiple trails of small eggs, all of which led the boys back to the bathroom where the larger eggs were hidden right under their noses. The look of amazement on their faces when they found the larger eggs less than 4 feet from where they were sleeping was priceless.

Well, the kiddies are no longer ‘kiddies’ but young teens and though they still love chocolate, the Easter egg hunt days are over. It’s always a little nostalgic for me to think that the Tooth Fairy, the Easter Bunny and even Santa will no longer visit our home. Instead, we’re planning on future careers, what universities they will apply to and whether or not they will live on campus or not.  Those magical days of childhood sure fly by.

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Today I wanted to share this sweet little Easter basket that I put together, that would be perfect for a girlfriend, neighbour, female relative or yourself…;)

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Some pretty flowers, champagne, nail polish, face creams and of course, chocolate bunnies.

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And a spring magazine for some light reading :)

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Just something fun and whimsical, because why not?

Thank you so much for stopping by today friends.

See you soon…xo


  1. says

    What a great idea for Moms or sisters, BFF, etc. Thanks for sharing a beautiful way to gift an adult for Easter – everyone likes to be remembered!

  2. says

    The childhood innocence does pass by far too fast. All of my children all full grown, but we still have an Easter egg hunt every year. Although, instead of chocolate eggs they are plastic eggs filled with money, shooters, or other adult goodies.

  3. Gail Plaskiewicz says

    What a great Easter basket! I know a lot of people who would like this basket.
    When I was little the Easter Bunny visited our house one year and hid the eggs we had colored. However, my dad forgot where the Easter Bunny said he hid the 12th egg. About 4 days later or so there was a horrible smell in our living room. Guess what we found? The next year he made sure he wrote down where the Easter Bunny hid all the eggs. We had a good laugh over it when we got lots older.
    I miss not believing in the Easter Bunny or Santa anymore. Those were fun times but like your kids who are younger then I am now, we all grew up. Sometimes I wish we could be kids a lot longer.

  4. Leslie McCoy says

    Deborah Crockett, I was wondering the same thing myself! Maybe a new set of small tools, or fishing gear or hunting gear. You could go into a sporting goods store and ask a salesperson that’s familiar with the inventory if they have any suggestions. They’re more likely to know what works, and what doesn’t.

  5. says

    Now we are all waiting to witness the great event of cricket tournament IPL Season 11 in April and May 2018. IPL seems the land of opportunities for the youngsters to showcase their talents and secure their positions in the national team.

  6. says

    earlier a total of 1122 players have signed up for IPL 2018 Auction out of which 281 are capped players and 838 uncapped players which include 778 Indian players and 3 players from the Associate nations.

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