Saturday, March 17, 2018

Easter Basket Gift Ideas - Video Review #Easter #eastergiftideas #vlog

Guys...I love everything about Easter besides all the religious aspects. I love the start of Spring, the pastel colors, the candy, the bunnies, the baby chicks. Mostly I love the rebirth of color to my monochrome world. Flowers, Grass, and more time outdoors.  I also love Easter Baskets. Over the years the kids Easter Baskets have changed based on their likes and interests.

Here are some ideas for your Easter Baskets.

My Top Pick goes to a game from Goliath called Jumping Jack

Included in the box
  • 1 Hill with carrot holes
  • 1 Jumping Jack Rabbit
  • 12 Carrots
  • 1 Spinner
  • 4 Baskets
  • 1 Instruction Sheet

Jumping Jack is a great game from Goliath Games which is perfect for ages 4+ and can be played with 2-4 players.

 Set up was very quick. We just had to open a few bags and were ready to play.

Give everyone a basket, pop the carrots into the holes, set Jack in the middle and spin the spinner to see how many carrots you get to pick from the bunny hill. You get to pick one or two carrots based on the spin but there are also a spot that makes you take one out of your basket and another space which makes you lose a turn.

The fun part beside the satisfaction of pulling a carrot out of the hill is that one of the carrots will make Jack jump off his hill. Don't worry Jack is soft enough to give to a newborn so he can't hurt you if he accidentally bops into your head of face (hasn't happened on the 50+ games we've played so far but I guess it is a possibility).

If the carrot you pull makes Jack jump you want to try to catch him. If you catch him you win!

If no one catches Jack, the person with the most carrots in their basket is the winner.

You can change the rules so that anyone can try to catch Jack and they win the game too.  We play this way!

Not caught on camera but I pulled two carrots at once and caught Jack too! FELT LIKE A BOSS! LOL. Even our Cat Luna likes to try to play.

Watch our Video Review here (we truly love this game):

To Purchase:

Chasity the bunny from Stuffed Safari or Aurora Stuffed Animals coming up soon in a giveaway for Nat Geo - Aurora has so many cute bunnies and the prices are amazing.

AND Some Bunny Loves Me from Nat Geo also coming up in a giveaway

Who doesn't love to see baby animals AND kids? Such cute photos and sweet text about caring for the animals kids love.

To Purchase:

good2grow juice - My preschoolers love this juice. It comes with fun characters and tastes great.  Can't get your kid to drink enough? Give them juice with their favorite characters like Disney Princesses, Care Bears, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, My Little Pony, Star Wars, Thomas The Train, Nick Jr. Faves and More.

The juice has no GMOs, No Sugar, No artificial flavors or preservatives and comes in Fruit Punch, Strawberry Kiwi, Apple and more.

Plus the tops can be used on any of their bottles so if you have a character your child loves, save the top.

AND on a final note. Why not start a collection. Clean them out and tops can be used as a display, collection or your child can play with them as a figurine.

Disclaimer: I received these products for my honest opinion. No monetary compensation was offered. All opinions are my own.


  1. My daughter would love the Aurora stuffed bunny.

  2. My younger kids would love the Jumping Jack Game!! It looks like fun!

  3. That Jumping Jack game looks so cute and perfect for Easter. It is a great activity for our family to do while my daughter is home from school during spring break.

  4. These are great ideas for gifts to put into my 2 granddaughters’ Easter baskets. I love Chastity, the cute Aurora stuffed bunny.

  5. Anonymous3:59 AM

    Story time is the best with my 4 year old daughter!

  6. My nieces would love everything in the basket especially the books.

  7. Jumping Jack looks like a lot of fun.

  8. I like the Jumping Jack game. It looks fun for us to play.

  9. These are great ideas for Easter basket fillers. I especially like to put books in our Easter baskets.

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