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Fools, Taxes and Showers

There are 2 main things that people think of when they think about the month of April.

April Fools Day and Income Tax Day.

If you’re looking for some fun ways to celebrate April Fools Day, check out these 15 April Fools Day Foods that are actually Treats! on Babble Food, like these faux fried eggs

faux fried eggs

If tricks are more your style, Babble Writers have some fun pranks you can play on and with your kids

As for Income Tax Day –

april 15th - tax day

 

As for me, the first thing that comes to mind whenever someone mentions  the month of April, my mind immediately starts playing the song from the movie Bambi about April Showers and May Flowers

april showers

 

In order to take your mind off the impending Tax Day, or if perhaps April Fools Day is your least favorite Holiday of the year:  Check out these fun holidays in April that I found while scouring the web

April 2nd is National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day – Here are 15 Creative Ways to Enjoy Peanut Butter and Jelly

April 7th is No Housework Day and National Caramel Popcorn Day – I say we celebrate both! Here’s a recipe for Microwave Salted Caramel Popcorn to help you celebrate in yummy style.

April 14th is National Pecan Day and here’s a recipe for Mexican Chocolate Pecan Pie to help you celebrate

April 16th is National Stress Awareness Day, seems pretty appropriate considering what the day before is

April 22nd is National Jelly Bean Day

April 26th is National Pretzel Day! Check out these 7 Ways to Make Big Soft Pretzels

April 29th is National Shrimp Scampi Day.  If you’re looking for a unique way to celebrate, try Chef Jeff’s Barbecue Shrimp Scampi recipe!

There you go!  7 April holidays y’all have probably never heard of, but all are great excuses for celebrating in April!

 

 

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