Happy Easter! In this blog post, I share my two-year-old daughter’s Easter basket (no candy). Elena was thrilled and has never known what it’s like to have a basket full of candies, so it’s normal for her to have no candy.
No candy!? say what. Yeah, I know. I occasionally treat Elena with a candy, but she does get candies from her grandma, so don’t feel bad for her. Either way, she prefers fruit at all times.
In the pictures below, I share with you the items inside my daughter’s Easter basket and I will tell you which one was favorite! Plus, I will show you what my mom gave Elena and Elena’s picture with the Easter bunny! Keep scrolling down.
Elena’s favorite was the Peppa Pig Fun kit and the white sandals! I was most excited about getting her her first pair of converse, but she was not impressed. I can’t wait until it gets warmer. Today, on Easter, it has been 20-30 degrees Fahrenheit.
Now, on to Elena’s picture with the Easter bunny!
Here is the story on how Elena got to meet the bunny. I wasn’t planning on taking her this year because she never takes pictures by herself with any characters (Disney characters and Santa).
BUT, each time we went to the mall she begged me to take her to the bunny. So, I decided to take her and see how it would go. Worst case scenario would be that I would take the picture with the bunny along with Elena.
My husband and I took her one late evening on a Thursday. NO LINE! I took Elena towards the bunny and she seemed a little frighten although she was so happy just a few seconds before that when she first saw him.
I sat Elena on the bunny’s lap. She was calm and I asked her if that was okay with her and she said yes. Picture was taken and Elena said “thank you” and “bye” to the Easter bunny. She was happiest toddler in the world when she saw her picture with the bunny. Elena’s dream had come true!
Every day now, when she sees the picture, she points at it with a smile and says “bunny good.” It’s Elena’s way of saying that the bunny is good.
I hope you all are having a great Easter and I hope you enjoyed this blog post. Until next time!
Let me know what was inside your Easter basket in the comments below or tag me in any social media platform. I would love to see!