Pants and dress shoes to church; shorts, flag socks, and KDs to Grandmom and Poppy's... compromise.
One perk of raiding your kids' Easter baskets: finding Almond Hershey kisses in the PN/TN-allergic kid's. He's really good at checking, and handed over the Reese's eggs right away, but I don't think he recognized that these had nuts :/
(To be clear, he didn't eat any. I did ; ) And that basket was a gift; I didn't taint my own child's candy.)
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Someone left about a dozen mini baskets and a couple sleeves of plastic eggs by my front door. I don't know where they came from or where they came from!
I feel like there's going to be a disappointed class with no Easter baskets or something!
Today's disclaimer: If I see you post that your kids are getting a bike or some other $100 gift for Easter, I will think you're going [way] overboard.
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