I’ve always been a holiday fanatic, but having kids brings another level of fun to every holiday. Some of my favorite childhood memories are based around Easter: the sweet smell of that faux basket grass, Easter egg hunts with cousins, and the Easter Bunny hiding our baskets throughout the house. And I can’t wait to start the same traditions with Maverick.
While Easter may look a little different this year, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have to be any less special. In fact, it’s giving us more time to be creative as parents to bring normalcy for our kids.
Maverick is only 8 months old, so making his Easter basket is probably more for me than it is for him. But I’m still putting together all of his favorites, some items he is needing, and some festive little toys and books. So, I’m sharing what I’m including in his Easter Basket and compiling some ideas for what items are perfect for your little one.
Don’t feel like you have to go all out. Get the essentials, with a couple fun things in between. And keeping it festive is always a good idea.
What to include to a baby’s Easter basket:
- Stuffed animals
- Teething toys
- Puffs or Edible teethers
- Sippy cups
- Bath crayons
- Small toys
I am tagging lots of items that are budget-friendly and still available for pick-up at Walmart, Target, and other retailers.
Victoria Lane says
Love this thank you for the ideas