They beckon to me from the end cap.
Buy Me. Eat Me.
SHUT YOUR FACE, I say.
Rude? Maybe a little, but these little guys are solely responsible for the extra five pounds I put on every year around this time.
I try to ignore them, resist the urge, but it’s futile. I always cave.
Because they are so insanely good.
Easter is not Easter for me without Cadbury. I don’t mean to be sacrilegious but it’s true. To me, Easter means church, bunnies and Cadbury chocolate. That’s it.
But now that I have kids, I realize that I’ll have to SHARE my Cadbury Eggs. Ahem. Not cool.
Thank goodness for Target, a store I frequent so often I really should have stock. I can get everything I need for our Easter Celebration in one swoop (or as is more typical, two or three swoops.) Lucky for me Target is close.
Here’s my Easter Shopping List:
-Easter Baskets (last year we used the awesome ones from the Dollar Section but they got left outside!)
-Two stuffed animal bunnies
-Easter place mats for the kids
-Pretty artificial flower arrangement
-Eggs for dyeing (I recently learned that brown eggs absorb color better! Who knew?)
What’s on your list? Ham for Easter dinner? They’ve got that. Baking goods for Easter cookies, cupcakes and other yummy treats? Check. Carrots for the bunny? Oh yes, that too.
Target has generously provided me with a $75 gift card for one lucky A Parenting Production reader to use for their Easter shopping. Simply leave a comment below telling me your favorite thing about Easter and be entered to win. Contest ends Tuesday, March 26 at 11:59 EST. US entries only. Winner will be drawn via Random.org.
Target provided gift cards for both me and my giveaway for the purpose of this post. All opinions are my own. I literally shop at Target at least twice a week so my love is real.