I’m not one of those parents who lives for April Fools’ Day. Or even acknowledges to my children that it exists in the first place. But my kids are in on the day, and they have expectations.I’ve got to find some pranks that are easy to implement, and that don’t require a visit to the craft store. Or baking So I’ve rounded up a few ideas for simple pranks I can pull with things we’ve already got. You can see the full list over at Babble.