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Okay, so now we are going to go ahead and start filling up this basket in this clip.
And, of course, it is Easter so we are going to go ahead and put in a little bunny. This
is a very cute little bunny that I found at the store. I feel in love with her. And the
little girl that is getting this basket, happens to be a ballerina herself. So I think this
is a perfect choice. You can go ahead and pick out whatever stuffed animal you think,
or whatever doll you think the little girl that you are giving this to would appreciate.
And there?s tons and tons of choices out there. So you can go ahead and have fun picking it
out. And then I am going to go ahead and just put her down in there; this little pink bunny
like that. And then, I also, as I was shopping, came across this little doll. And she was
so cute. A little 50's girl. And I know that the little girl who is getting this basket
loves, loves, loves these dolls. So I went ahead and I picked one up. And I think it
is actually going to create a real nice balance for the basket. So then go ahead and put that
in. And, of course, again, you can pick whatever toys if you know the child really well, you'll
know what they like to play with and what they are in to. And you can go ahead, just
use your imagination and fill the basket with all kinds of things that you think your special
little girl will enjoy. But I always recommend putting in a little bunny and a Bible. Something
religious and a bunny because they are two things that sort of keep in the tradition
of Easter. Okay, so now we have a basket that looks like it is full except we have a lot
of other stuff that is going to go in here. So I will see you at the next clip and I will
show you how to organize in a way that it?s full but not cluttered.