Easter is a very special time for families, but it can also be a little tricky for parents trying to navigate their way around the vast array of chocolate Easter eggs and managing their consumption.
This year, Elliott will be receiving a small amount of chocolate and perhaps a couple of alternatives, one of them being a Peppa Pig book called ‘Peppa’s Easter Egg Hunt’ and I’m on the lookout for something else ‘non-chocolate’.
For Elliott’s first Easter, I bought him this little guy, a porcelain bunny rabbit which was to be a keepsake for his first Easter. I thought it was a lovely idea, something to keep, something to look back on.
This is it now.
It was a great idea, but I should have known better. Elliott is a climber and he got to it one day where it had been peacefully sitting on the top of the TV cabinet for months. He pushed the dining table chair over to the TV cabinet, climbed up and started playing with it like it was one of his matchbox cars. Before I could get to him, well, you know the rest. Nothing that a little super glue can’t fix.
But really, it is more practical to buy a bunny that won’t break, a bunny that can be cuddled, its ears sucked, dragged in the dirt, played with like matchbox cars and trucks or perhaps a bunny that will be happy to sit and share a cup of tea and piece of cake….a bunny like this one from Gingerlilly.
This little guy is more practical an Easter gift than a porcelain bunny and will surely bring much more joy to a baby or a little toddler. And guess what? I have two of these cute bunnies to give away, a pink one and a blue one each with a matching romper and wrap and they all come gift boxed! Cute!
To enter, follow the prompts on the Rafflecopter below. There are two packs to giveaway and the two lucky winners can select either pink or blue and the size. You can check out these items and other adult and baby sleepware and homeware items on Gingerlilly’s Website here. Good luck!
What ‘non-chocolate’ gifts do you like to give your children at Easter?
And the winners are: Katie B and Jemma H
Entry is open to Australian residents, excluding ACT.
This competition is a game of skill and will be judged as such.
Winner will be chosen by The Multitasking Mummy.
You will have 48 hours to respond otherwise another winner will be selected.