Today’s post is a showing of a baby’s first Easter basket. Our daughter is currently 12 months old and although this is technically her second Easter, last year she was 5 days old and the gift she received was breastmilk 😉 I’m hoping you receive some Easter basket ideas for baby and toddler.
This basket is gender neutral, so these ideas can be adapted to both boys or girls. In fact, this can really be adapted for both baby and/or toddler.
Mickey Mouse Bib – http://amzn.to/2oj5PKw
Our daughter really loves mickey mouse, I couldn’t pass this in the shop.
Crayola Color Wonder – http://amzn.to/2Fkh3um
We are yet to let my daughter draw or colour. However, as these markers only work on this paper, I think it will be a great starting point as they are mess free.
Wooden Puzzle – https://alexa.design/2nytl9r
This will be a new activity for our daughter, something that is fun, her favourite animal and educational.
Easter Eggs – http://amzn.to/2trivp1
These colourful eggs are empty, allowing you to fill them will any treats you wish.
Windmills – http://amzn.to/2Hi4igr
As these are mini sized, they will be perfect for our daughter to hold. Windmills were my favourite as a child.
Touch & Feel Easter Book – http://amzn.to/2ohHh6p
For every occasion, I like to get an age apage-appropriatethat relates to that holiday or occasion.
Window Clings – http://amzn.to/2Fl1nHh
I have seen these all over the internet as a great activity for toddlers, I’m hoping my child has fun with these also.
Bubbles – http://amzn.to/2D8bjxL
What small baby or child does not appreciate bubbles, a staple in all baskets this year.
Crayola Twistables Crayons – http://amzn.to/2nTDRmN
As I mentioned above, we have yet to allow our daughter to draw or colour, these twistables crayons look perfect for small baby hands.
As is the tradition on Easter to receive chocolate, we wanted to include somebaby/toddler-friendly equivalent.
The finished product looks great. This basket/box holds so many items, it’s surprising. I hope this post helped you with some ideas for your own basket.
Wishing you a Happy Easter.
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