A pack of Reese's Easter bunnies

I posted last week about our Easter plans and what the boys had to find in their Easter basket – we managed to fit everything in and had a really fun Easter and ended up with lots of goodies (I got a pack of Reese’s Easter bunnies which was just fine for me!).

First up during the week we made an Easter bonnet which actually ended up taking a full day because J has one of the shortest attention spans ever… It turned out great though for a three year old and a first attempt!

Easter bonnet

Easter bonnet 2


We then made some cornflake nests though J was more interested in eating the eggs than putting them in the nests…

J making cornflake nests

J looking at the camera after making cornflake nests

Cornflake nests

We went to Nanna’s for a sleepover on Saturday and as the weather was great on Sunday she got the boys’ bouncy castle and bubble machine out and they had a little egg hunt. They love being outside in Nanna’s garden.

J hunting for Easter treats

J hunting for Easter treats under a bird bath


J hunting for Easter treats on garden decking



N sat on a bouncy castle with chocolate

J sat on a bouncy castle with chocolate

J & N sat on a bouncy castle eating chocolate

N sat on grass catching bubbles from a bubble machine

N sat on a red caterpillar rocker and J running on grass catching bubbles

N sat on a red caterpillar rocker smiling at the camera while catching bubbles

When we arrived home on Sunday, I gave the boys their Easter basket, and J was the first to dig in – his brother patiently awaited his goodies!
J sat next to his basket of Easter treats
J holding a DVD of Kung Fu Rabbit
J eating chocolate from his Easter basket
N eating chocolate from his Easter basket
The boys also got an egg and a Kinder bunny from Nanna, Grandad, and Great-Nan. The Reese’s bunnies were more than enough for me, yum! Hubby also got an Easter egg and a ‘chocolate breakfast’, but I never got a chance to take a photo of those…
Two Easter eggs and two Kinder Easter bunnies
A Mini Milk Easter egg and a Despicable Me Easter egg
Did you have a good Easter?


I’m Stacey, in my mid-late 30’s, from a tiny village (officially a hamlet) in Lincolnshire.

I’m a mum to two handsome boys. They’re both diagnosed autistic but that only makes them different, not less. Barney, a Frenchie x Beagle, is my furbaby. Owner of a husband too!

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  1. Awww I still remember the chocolate eggs that my son ate! HE ate lots!Looks like you had a lovely Easter! #countrykids

    1. They would have eaten them all if I'd have let them, lol!

  2. Nanna really knows how to spoil your boys. A bouncy castle, eggs to find and all that lovely garden space to explore. I think Nanny must be their fairy godmother! Thank you for sharing with me on Country Kids.

    1. They do love going to Nanna's as they can play outside lots!

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