Kinder Surprise – A Joy to Share during the Holidays

13 Dec

shareWho doesn’t like a surprise – especially during the holidays? ๐Ÿ™‚ย  Kinder has new Mini Eggs – perfect for sharing with friends and family. These are tiny little eggs filled with a hazelnut centre and are super yummy! They come in a bag with quite a few in them – great for an advent calendar and to put in stockings and with gifts. I think it’s something Santa would even enjoy as a snack with his milk.

Since the holidays are all about sharing – are you planning to do anything for anyone special this holiday season – what are some good ways to give back with kids?

In our family we are fans of random acts of kindness, and paying it forward. An easy concept to explain to a child, and to see the joy spread ๐Ÿ™‚ There are so many things kids can do too – my daughter used to love bringing in our elderly neighbour’s recycling blue box – nothing complicated but a great way to learn to help others.

You can shovel someone else’s snow, let people in front of you in line or in traffic, the Winnipeg classic of paying for the coffee for the person behind you, bring in some of these yummy mini eggs to share at work, or to pass out to people you see etc.ย  What are your favourites? And what kind of random acts of kindness have you been on the receiving end of?

Also, if you’re looking for another fun surprise to put under the tree, check out the large Kinder eggs – they are filled with amazing surprises. My daughter got a super cool matching game in the last one we got – was fun to assemble an entire game. And the size of the egg really wowed her! ๐Ÿ™‚ I’ve even given the smaller ones as little surprises for my grandma – all ages love Kinder surprises!

Hope everyone has great holidays, and that you can spread some good cheer and joy wherever you go – and see it spread ๐Ÿ™‚

 

โ€œDisclosure: Iโ€™m part of the Kinderยฎ Mom program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.โ€

 

 

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