Spring Break, Easter Baskets, and More - Links We Love

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easter eggsReady for spring even if Mother Nature isn't? Here's a whole load of seasonal crafts -- caterpillars, butterflies, and paper birds -- to keep kids busy over spring break. (They'd also be cute stuck in an Easter basket!) -- BabyCenter

Adorable, unique, and most importantly not candy, these Easter basket gift ideas are sure to thrill kids and adults alike. -- AlphaMom

Easter basket still not full? Okay then, check out Mighty Junior's Easter basket gift guide for more cute ideas.

Got a growing baby bump this spring? Lucky you ... Old Navy's having a mom-to-be sale, just in time to find that perfect outfit for Easter.

Here's a question: What in the world do you do with all those empty plastic Easter eggs once they've been emptied of their candy? Get some ideas and more Easter tips and tricks at Parenthacks.

Spring Break doesn't have to be all fun and games. It's also a great time to teach kids the value of chores. Do your kids have responsibilities around the house? -- CafeMom

Speaking of chores, make quick work of spring cleaning with these top tips from Julie Edelman, aka The Accidental Housewife. -- MomLogic

Here's a book fit for an Easter basket with a strong female role model at the same time. One of my all time favorites, The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes. -- Mommy Track'd

Disney Channel's Special Agent Oso premieres on April 4th, and Lil Sugar chats with it's main man, Sean Astin. Find out what this self-proclaimed "cute and cuddly" dad of three has to say.
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