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Happy easter everybody from all of us at parents of disabled children!
So how many eggs have you and the children got through?
Anybody got any funny easter stories?
What have you all got planned for the bank holiday?
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Happy Easter Everyone!!!
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No easter eggs in my house this year Sad got toys, teddy bears and a WWE game instead.
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Hope you all had a fab day. Same here no chocs, but the Easter bunny did hide some toys on the farm. A lovely day with the weather to match.
Things can be hard on occasions but well worth it!Heart
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Rather than getting all the eggs this year we done a basket hamper as such where we done a basket of smaller eggs and a easter bunny and it saved on the excess packaging Big Grin
I remember as a kid because we were a large family me and my two sisters used to recieve around 18 EGGS each because aunties and uncles would buy from my mums and dads side and it would just be silly!
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