It does put a bit of a new spin on holidays like Easter. Milk chocolate = lactose. I decided this year to have a less candy/chocolate Easter basket. Not because I am a total candy Scrooge (or whatever the down on Easter version of that is). The kids are attending three Easter egg hunts. Plus two Easter dinners. There are going to be so many treats. Four day treat and lactose extravaganza. I feel I can easily pull back on the candy in their baskets without inciting feelings of hardship.
- spring t-shirt
- skipping rope
- An Elephant and Piggie book
- six pack of mini Play-Doh
- a fun rubbery egg that looks like a splattered broken egg when you throw it at a hard surface
- locally made little chocolate bunny (dark chocolate for Sawyer as good quality dark chocolate is lactose free)
- a sippy cup
- two t-shirts, one says "messy hair don't care" but I wish it said "fluffy hair don't care"
- a felted egg shaped rattle
- the cutest pair of Vancouver made Minimoc leather moccasins that I have been lusting over for a while
On another note, I started this little blog four years ago today. I might not get to it as much as I once did but it still provides me with a creative outlet. I like that. A lot.