By Fi Morrison
Becoming a new mum is a joyous occasion for so many reasons. There are the obvious ones, such as having a tiny person to love, give lots of cuddles and snuggles to, and watching them grow and develop. And then there are the less obvious reasons, like having a reason to go to bed early at night, or having an excuse to do a LOT of shopping (for baby stuff of course!). But there is one thing truly delightful about becoming a mother, and that is the opportunity to share experiences and traditions with your new family unit. Traditions and events such as Easter.
Our son will be 8.5 months old when Easter comes around. At this age, he is definitely starting to show his little personality, being a lot more lively and well, fun. It's different to his first Christmas, when he was 5 months old and still a bit young to fully engage with anything. Now, he can sit, bang things, play with toys, ALMOST crawl and toddle around in his walker. There are plenty of opportunities for us to celebrate Easter with him. So what are we going to do to celebrate our son's first Easter?