How To Make Easter More Special As A Single Parent

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The Easter bunny is coming! Are you ready?

No matter what your traditions are, it’s safe to say Easter is one of the best Holidays when you have kids. It was always my second favorite Holiday growing up and I have tried to make it special for my son. As a single mom, it is hard to make things like Holidays really stand out and be something our kids will enjoy. It’s such a struggle to afford gift-filled Easter baskets, all the candy, new clothes etc. So I have pulled together some ways to help make all of this simpler, easier and more affordable! Sure ways to make this Easter one your kids will love!

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How To Make Easter More Special As A Single Parent

Crafts – Making a fun craft with your kids is absolutely an awesome way to spend some quality time together and make something cute, fun and almost free. Get your craft on with your kids this Easter! Here is a totes adorbs bunny mask craft.

Clothes – Making sure our littles look adorable on Easter is a sweet tradition for most families, whether you are going to Church, having a family BBQ or just taking photos. But finding the cutest new spring outfits for an affordable price is a struggle. So check out PatPat’s brand new spring collection! You will find sweet little bunny outfits and more starting at only $4.99! Shop here!

 

Personalized Easter Baskets –  Instead of dropping a large amount of money of those pre-made baskets that every store is selling, use your own basket, tub, or any other container, (get creative) and customize your child’s own little Easter basket! Put in their favorite sweet treat, an inexpensive toy, new movie, book, stuffed animal, anything that your child has been asking for or you know would really love! Follow these links for some awesome little gift ideas!

Activities –  Finding a fun activity to do with your kids on Easter shouldn’t be another thing to add to your crazy to-do list, so simplify by thinking ahead and finding a great little game or activity to do together. Something fun and easy like this Easter Egg Relay Race Game and don’t forget the classic Easter egg hunt! Whatever you do, make it fun and special!

Baking –  Lastly, spend some time with your kids by baking something together! Delicious cookies, or an Easter Sugar Cookie Pie!

I hope you enjoy this Easter with your kids, may it bring amazing memories and lots of joy! Please comment which of these things you liked the best and give this post a share, and don’t forget to subscribe!

Love, Jessxo

 

 

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