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  1. #21
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    DS is 23.5 months and here's our list:

    - Large Cars coloring pages
    - Jumbo crayons
    - Playdoh (DHs idea- I cannot stand the stuff!)
    - Mini bubbles
    - A few board books
    - And the "big" gift- a small remote control Lightning McQueen

    No candy, mainly because although he does love chocolate, DS doesn't really eat that much of it. I would just wind up eating it all and my waistline can't afford it!!!
    Little Boy: 4/26/05, Little Girl: 3/13/08
    Looking forward to next season and Steelers in SB XLV!

  2. #22
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    DD - 18m

    chalk
    playdoh
    2 books (one Easter, one colors)
    coloring book and jumbo crayons
    backyardigans fruit snacks
    bubbles
    pail and shovel for sandbox
    small baby doll for the car
    bathtub paint

    I also filled 100 plastic eggs with baby goldfish and fruit loops to hide around the house.
    Alison
    Aidan-10/08/03 Caitlin-09/10/05
    "The joys of motherhood are never fully experienced until the children are in bed." unknown

  3. #23
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    DS (16mo)

    7 new books (baby einstein and touch & feel)
    Easter Thomas Trains
    toy phone
    wheel pals racer track
    light up rubber duckie
    Lisa & Corbett 9-30-00
    Annabelle Kristine 8-8-02
    R. Ryder is here! 12-6-05

  4. #24
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    20mos tomorrow

    Most of this stuff is not actually going to fit in his basket.

    • plastic eggs filled with fruit snacks/stickers/candy


    • a chocolate bunny wrapped in purple foil


    • a package of squirt guns


    • a Yankees outfit


    • Easter Eggs-treme Hot Wheels


    • Crayola Chalk Tools


    • Blues Clues book


    • Easter book
    Last edited by LeslieR; 04-07-2007 at 10:42 AM.

  5. #25
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    as usual, i went a bit overboard. this is what happens when i start buying way in advance. . .

    dd is 2.5 yrs.

    3 books: richard scarry's what do people do all day, sally cat's 1-2-3, and this old man

    dress up stuff: shoes, tiara, 2 magic wands (one lights up), a bunch of sunglasses, and a bunch of necklaces

    big pkg of straws

    a-b-c stickers

    2 notebooks with pens attached, and a 3-in-1 highlighter (loot that dh rec'd at a conference)

    nightgown

    3 pairs of panties (she just potty trained this week!)

    mini gel pens and a bunny pen (target $1 bin)

    giraffe finger puppet

    tempera paints

    robins eggs

    **********************
    we actually have a couple plastic eggs. i may put some of the stuff in those and hide them. and whatever doesn't fit in her basket will be heaped next to it.


    ~pixie

  6. #26
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    I'm glad to see I'm not the only one who went overboard. ETA, here's all her loot. Lucky kid.

    Last edited by solongtogo; 04-07-2007 at 07:01 PM.
    Mommy August 25, 2005
    and again... March 21, 2008

  7. #27
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    I was just at Toys R Us, I wish I had known there was a special Mr Potato Head!

    My parents always go crazy, so I always say I'm not going to do anything. Then I feel guilty and go get something the day before. This ALWAYS happens, I need to learn my lesson.

    I got DD a Fisher Price MP3 player and a hula hoop.
    DS got a pull toy.

    Considering my normal penchance for overboardedness this was pretty good. My mother probably has some groaning 50 pound basket waiting for them but I made her promise to take it easy on the candy.

  8. #28
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    DS, 2 years,
    - eggs filled with stickers
    - big egg filled with bubbles
    - Leap Frog letter magnets
    -2 outfits
    -stuffed bunny

    my parents:
    -wooden play food
    -paper for art
    -$
    -DVD
    -book

    DS's birthday was last month, so we're kind of on overload. I'm waiting to get Easter candy til it goes on sale tomorrow since I'm the one who is going to eat it anyway.

  9. #29
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    DS 3 yrs:

    A bug net
    a bug container
    stickers
    sand box toys
    color wonders paint
    crayons
    water color books
    pool toys


    DD 2 yrs

    Crayons
    water color books
    stickers
    sandbox toys
    pool toys
    some music CD's
    a pig that makes bubbles

  10. #30
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    17 months

    A hand-sewn stuffed bunny made by yours truly
    Box of chocolate Teddy Grahams
    "Guess How Much I Love You" for LittleTouch LeapPad
    Plush bunny Easter basket

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