|Fill Your "Stockings" With Kinder Holiday-Themed Chocolates!|
Of course, the usual discussions took place: who would snag the giant Kinder egg, (and the Kinder Christmas tree, the chocolate Kinder Santa, and the packages of mini Kinder eggs)! My kids are meticulous when it comes to dividing up Kinder chocolate, to the point of it being a science! Kinder chocolate is very serious business in our household!
|Dreaming of Kinder Chocolate!|
I'm planning on keeping a package of the Kinder Mini Eggs in my purse to pull out for "emergencies", such as a scraped knee, or a grocery store meltdown. Hey, Kinder chocolate cures tears and tantrums too!
|A Picnic Lunch With Kinder Mini Eggs|
Make a Greeting Card For "A Joy to Share", get FREE Kinder Mini Eggs!
A Joy to Share isn’t just a donation, it's a call to action for Canadian moms and kids to create a greeting card as a means to share some holiday joy with other kids and their families at Children’s Miracle Network hospitals this holiday season. For every greeting card that is created, Kinder will donate $1.00 to the Children’s Miracle Network, to a maximum of $25,000! Click HERE to create your own greeting card--the first 10,000 people to create a greeting will receive a coupon for a FREE pack of Kinder Mini Eggs!
|You Can Spread Joy With Kinder A Joy To Share Program!|
|My Family's Greeting Card|
Will you make a Kinder "A Joy to Share" greeting card this year to support Children's Miracle Network? Would any child you know enjoy finding a Kinder chocolate treat in their Christmas stocking?
Disclosure: I’m part of the Kinder® Mom program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.