Inside Hoda Kotb's Sweet Zoom Party for Daughter's First Birthday — and Their 'Delightful' Easter

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Kotb and Schiffman, 62, dyed eggs with their girls, too — and the family “had so many great surprises that were just such so delightful” during the day.

“I got a text [saying], ‘Go out on your front porch.’ And I go out there and the Easter Bunny, of course, [left goodies], and my friend Kathy Ryan had left a big pink ball and a tee-ball thing,” she tells PEOPLE.

“Eddie, my friend who drives [me to work] showed up and he made a chalk heart in front of our house and he was wearing a Cookie Monster onesie that he bought,” Kotb adds. “I was so touched. … He said, ‘I was hoping it would arrive by Easter.’ I was like, ‘Oh my God.’ Everybody’s goodness was on full display.”

In general, there’s a lot of “divide and conquer” going on in Kotb and Schiffman’s household as they adjust to a new routine amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

“You get it done,” she tells PEOPLE of their parenting dynamic. “It’s funny because the kids’ bedtime used to be 6:15. [Now] I’m like, ‘5:30, time for bed.’ ”

“I’m literally scooting everything up,” Kotb admits. “I’m like, ‘Why are they eating lunch at 11?’ I’m like, ‘Because they’re eating dinner at 4:30.’ ”

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