1) Books & Activity Books
Ari loves to listen to books on tape, so I picked up this book with CD to put in the Roo's basket: Mickey and Friends: 3 Tales of Fun
She also loves to do puzzles and color, so I picked up this activity magazine at the grocery store: Peppa Pig Magazine
I love Half Price Books and scored this book for $1 for Trip's basket, but I have a feeling his sister will try to steal it: Build Amazing Animals From Bricks You Have At Home
T has really been into the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series lately, and I loved Mad Libs as a kid, so I thought this was so fun from Target: Diary of a Wimpy Kid Mad Libs
2) T-Shirts & Toys
Do you remember Ribbon Dancer? I saw a ribbon stick at Five Below for $2, and I thought Ari would have so much fun running around with it.
Robert also picked up some 99 cent Hot Wheels motorcycles and cars to finish up their baskets. (Sometimes I think he gets them more for himself than for the kids!)
3) The Easter Egg Farm
We borrowed The Easter Egg Farm by Mary Jane Auch from the library a few weeks ago, and it was the cutest story! Check it out on YouTube HERE!
My favorite part of the Easter trip will probably be playing with our goat, Lucy. She thinks she's a dog and cracks me up when she runs with her giant saddlebags jiggling all over! The kids have a love/hate relationship with her because she so desperately wants their attention and likes that they're closer in size to her than the horses, but she has a tendency to get a little too needy as evidenced in the picture above!
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