Easter time is sadly celebrated by millions of people as a time of bunnies, chocolate, candy and of course, Easter eggs. Kids have their eyes and heads filled with visions of Easter eggs, jelly beans, marshmallow peeps, chocolate bunnies and more. Surprisingly, it was recently reported that Reese’s peanut butter and chocolate eggs are the number one candy this year.
Easter should be the time remember the ultimate sacrifice God made for sinners. His son, Jesus Christ was nailed to a cross and suffered a horrible and painful death on all of our behalf. Easter Sunday is the celebration of the day that Jesus rose from the dead, conquering sin for sake and proving that indeed He is the Son of God.
As more parents become health conscious and don’t want their kids getting over active or hyped-up on sugar, they have been turning to Easter toys instead of candy.
Walk through the holiday display in your local grocery and department store and you will see more Easter toys than ever before. But not all of these toys are safer than the sugar overload most kids long for.
Target stores have launched a last-minute recall on …