April Fool’s Day is next Monday, are you prepared?
Ah, the classics…plastic wrapped doors, rubber bugs, whoopee cushions, jello in all the wrong places. Yep, it’s time to get your prank on. But what if you’re a mom? Do you prank your kids? Do you encourage them to play pranks on others? (Maybe on Dad?)
I’ve never been a big fan of April Fool’s Day pranks that do harm or make a big mess, but I’ve been finding quite a few truly fun ideas over at Pinterest. I haven’t pin anything that looks like it would cause tears–a prank should make you laugh, not cry.