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If you have a tween you will know they are stuck in that space between being a little girl and becoming a woman. This can make gift giving very hard! I want my tween to be a little girl for as long as she needs to but I also want to help her gently move into her teens years.
Celebrations like Easter bring out the kid in all of us but I can’t very well give the same shark sun hat or Peppa Pig toys I got for my little ones to my tween. I have done a lot of research and came up with an Easter basket to keep the kid in her but also respect that she is growing up.
I don’t know about your daughter but mine (and all her friends) are obsessed with foxes, pineapples and unicorns. Ya, this might be the little girls in them!
Now what about a basket? I have always been a fan of putting stuff in a usable container. That way you are making use of everything! In the past I have used cute laundry baskets, a sandbox, and a wooden box for craft supplies. This year I am looking for a bag to get her through the summer like this owl beach bag or cool galaxy backpack.
This hair chalk is super fun and my tween would love it. I might add some body wash and a new hair brush for good measure.
Now all you have to do is add a good handful (or two) of candy and chocolate! Tell me all about your Easter baskets!!