Are you stuck on what to do this Easter? How about do something a little different this year. I'm stuck on what to buy my girls. Should I take them for a day out somewhere, buy them chocolates, money in the bank, or buy them something useful - as in clothes maybe? Up to now, I am thinking buy them an outfit each and a small Easter Egg, as they will be getting lots of Easter Eggs off other people anyway won't they? Also, Mia will be off school for 2 whole weeks! How am I going to cope?! Ha ha! I will be fine if I just keep myself busy.
Book a weekend away
A last minute getaway would be lovely! Especially if the weather is nice too. Spending a couple of days away from home can be great sometimes I think. It relaxes you more, then once you're home reality kicks back in again, ha ha. But it's also a great way to spend time with your loved ones and a good way to bond too.
Maybe you don't have the money to spend on a hotel or travelling, maybe you could spend the day somewhere? If it's nice, how about the Zoo? Or maybe a play centre if it is raining. Even swimming would be fun! You could also go out for food too!
Want to save money and still do something fun with the kids? Well, you can! You could easily go to the park in your area, go for a walk and take a picnic with you. Or maybe take a football too a big field and have a run and kick about with the kids. They will love it and I am sure you will love it too!
Stay at home
Maybe it won't be a nice day and it'll be a rainy miserable day, so maybe you could spend your Easter weekend at home with the kids with different activities? A post for different Easter Activities will be up soon so keep a look out :-)
What are you planning to do Easter Weekend?
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My name is Beth and I'm a Mama to our two girls, Mia and Elliw and our baby boy, Freddie. I'm a partner to Mr. H. We all live in a small village in North Wales. My passion is photography, travelling, tea and chocolate!