Kinder is a huge part of my children’s lives. A Kinder Egg comes out on a rainy day… when there isn’t much else to do. Or as a way to celebrate a special moment or accomplishment. When my children are older, they’ll see a Kinder Egg in store and smile…memories. That’s what we, as parents strive for isn’t it? We want our children to remember all those special little moments that happened throughout their childhood.
Easter is coming up fast, and once again the candy and sugar can be overwhelming. This year I have vowed to only introduce a small amount of sweet treats to their baskets. Yes, they’ll have their traditional Easter Egg Hunt and we may even make it a step further and create an Easter Scavenger Hunt this year. Though their will be less sugar, what is there will be truly special.
What will my boys be hunting for this year?
You guessed it, Kinder Eggs.
But not just Kinder Eggs…Kinder does so much more than just eggs.
Ben and William will be hunting down the delicious Kinder Mini Eggs*…that is if there are any left by the time it’s time to hide them. As well, Kinder chocolate bunnies (one for each of my boys) and one of these for each of them:
Those plush dolls are so soft. I was truly impressed by the quality of them. Both of my boys are getting the Froggie, but shhh….don’t tell them just yet. I want it to be a surprise. When we were out shopping last week they both ooh’d and ahh’d over it, I know they’ll love it!
If you’re looking for quality over quantity this year, I highly recommend checking out the Kinder display at your local grocery store.
While I have you hear, I would love for you to give Kinder Canada a Like on Facebook. Until March 31st $1 will be donated to The Children’s Miracle Network for every new friend of their Facebook page. Up to $25,000 will be donated, and I would love to see them make their goal. While your there, be sure to click around, you can see the full line up of Easter Goodies from Kinder!
*Kinder Mini Eggs are not Nut Free
Disclosure: I’m part of the Kinder® Mom program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.