Growing up holidays were always a big deal in our family. Something that I have looked forward to for many years is celebrating holidays with my own little family. It is so neat to get to live the holidays through their little eyes and see the excitement. I know I go a little overboard but I can’t help myself. Here are some ideas for your little’s easter baskets. My goal was to incorporate a book, toy, a few special treats and of course a bunny. I found these goodies from HomeGoods, Sprouts and Amazon. In case you don’t have time I included links to all of the items on Amazon for the same or similar products. I hope this helps make it a little bit easier for you!
- Torie and Howard Chewie fruities, Surf Sweets jelly beans – We don’t eat candy on a regular basis but for the holidays I allow a few treats. These are some “healthier” alternatives to the classic favorites.
- Jelly Cat Bunny – I LOVE these bunnies. They are so soft and plush! The cost is a little more than your average stuffed animal but defiantly worth it for the quality.
- Digger book – My son is all about tractors right now so when I found this book I was so excited, it’s perfect. Here is another option, a little less expensive.
- Mini catepillar construction machines – These are awesome! Ry played with some that are similar at our neighbors house and still talks about them so I had to find some.
Teething Babe Basket
- Happy Baby yogurt melts and rice crackers – I’m sure Chlo would much prefer some sort of candy but these treats will have to do for now 😉
- Jelly Cat Bunny – Pink, soft and cuddly = Best friend for baby girl
- Puzzle – Puzzles are so great for the littles. Most of the ones we have are for older ages so I purchased this one thinking it will be perfect for this age.
- Touch and Feel book – Touch and feel books were a favorite for my son so I have a feeling this one will be a hit for our little lady!
- Silicone stacker teething toy – I’ve been on the search for good silicone teething toys. We went to a friends house and she had this one so I went ahead and purchased one for us. I like how it can be a teething and stacking toy with multiple pieces.
Happy Easter basket making!