Kinder Easter Traditions and Family. #KinderMom

Easter is a big deal in our home, I just love all the anticipation, the colors and all the Springtime life that fills the air! For as long as I can remember my parents were always a huge part in making this an extra special holiday for me. Now, with my own two kids I have carried on the tradition of making those tiny memories live on through them.Weeks before Easter, I decorate the house with pastels, we bake, and fill baskets with eggs…all leading to the BIG day when the ‘Easter Bunny’ should arrive. On Easter morning my children wake up to a trail of chocolate and special notes to set them on a hunt throughout the entire house in anticipation for the final surprise. Since my children are still very young, I love filling plastic eggs with stickers, stamps, tiny figurines and of course CHOCOLATE!!

Kinder® treats have always been a big part of my memories as a child and I love that I can give my own children the tasty experience and joy that comes in a tiny egg. Since then, Kinder® products sure have evolved, their line now consists of soft animals, mini eggs, sets and even a treasure hunt kit- perfect for those parents who need a little ‘help’ in the Easter hunt department 😉  You can find a large selection of Kinder® products in stores now.


GREAT NEWS! Kinder® Hunt Eggstravaganza Facebook ContestKinder® is giving their Facebook fans a chance to win their own Easter basket kit. Kinder® will be giving away one basket each day to a lucky winner on April 10 and 12*.  Visit the Kinder® Canada Facebook page:
GIVE BACK: Kinder® has partnered with Children’s Miracle Network and will be providing 12 of these baskets to CMN hospitals.  As well, Kinder® will be donating another $25,000 to help support this non-profit organization dedicated to saving and improving the lives of children by raising funds for children’s hospitals across North America.
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.

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