How to Buy Easter Stuff for Your Kids Amid COVID-19
Easter is on April 12 and it goes without saying that the holiday is going to be very different this year. No photos with the Easter bunny, no egg hunts in local parks, no gathering with extended family for dinner, no physical church services to attend.
There's something special about the kids waking up on Easter to find treats and if you're not going out to the stores (and you shouldn't be!), you might be wondering how you can pull this off.
There are some local businesses like Gertrude Hawk Chocolates, Tom's Coffee Cards, and Gifts, and Fuddy Duddys who are offering curbside pickup and online ordering and we definitely suggest turning to our local businesses first, but if you've already done that and are looking for even more things to bulk up your baskets, Amazon has a pretty big selection of Easter items. If you decide to place an order, you'll want to do it quickly because shipping may take longer than normal, even if you have Prime.
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