"Peep on a Perch" is the new thing for Easter

Please, for the love of Jesus, just say "NO" to this "Peep on a Perch".  As a mommy, I do not need more stress on my life leading up to Easter!  I still can't even figure out why there's a bunny! ~Karla 

Kids of all ages love the colorful marshmallow Peeps candies that fill Easter baskets, but now there’s a new sugar-free way to celebrate with Peeps. Meet the Peep on a Perch, a little stuffed yellow chick that comes with a book telling kids the story of the Easter Peep, who helps the Easter Bunny get holiday surprises ready for little ones.

The story explains that the Peep helps decorate eggs, fill baskets, and watches kids at home, hoping to see them on their best behavior before Easter. The better behaved the kids are, the happier the little chick becomes.

Sound a little like Elf on the Shelf? Yep. The Peep on a Perch can move around the house just like that Christmas Elf and they’re both supposed to emphasize there’s more to the holidays than getting presents. Want to start this new tradition with your family? Peep on a Perch is $15 on Amazon.

Source: Real Simple

And I don't know who these guys are but I adore them.  Really cute stuff...

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