I was never one of those kids that had Elf on the Shelf when I was little. I’m not saying that may be the reason that I act the way that I do…but I’m not not saying that either. Although Elf on the Shelf is mainly only used for the Christmas season for kids to remember to act nice instead of naughty, there’s an Easter version of the tactic called Peep on a Perch that is seriously so cute.
The Peep on a Perch follows the same concept as an Elf on the Shelf and is meant to be a way for parents to encourage model behavior in their kids. The kit comes with a storybook and a Peeps plush that you can hide all over your house leading up to Easter so the Peep can “spy” on your kids and make sure they’re acting accordingly.
In the storybook, it explains that the Easter Peep’s job is to assist the Easter Bunny every year by decorating eggs and filling baskets and seeing all the acts of kindness a child does in the days and weeks leading up to Easter. If a child behaves well, the Easter Peep will tell the Easter Bunny to ensure they get all of the best gifts and treats in their basket come April 4.
You can purchase the Peep on a Perch kit from Amazon right now for $20 which includes both the book and the chick-shaped Easter Peep. Keep in mind no actual edible Peeps are included in the kit, so you’ll have to satisfy your sweet tooth separately.
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