Monday, March 19, 2018

Easter Basket Ideas for a Baby

Last year was E’s first Easter. His first big family holiday! We put together an Easter basket for him, which was actually harder than I thought it would be. He was only two months old - not old enough to really interact with the items he was receiving yet. Here’s some ideas on what to include in your baby’s Easter basket - affiliate links to items included! Please share any other ideas with us in the comments as well!

Easter Basket Ideas for a Baby




Guess How Much I Love You Book:



This was one of the first things I bought for E’s basket. A year later and we still read this story  all the time! 

Nutbrown Hare Plush:


To go with “Guess How Much I Love You”, we got a stuffed bunny from the story. E absolutely loves  his and even carries it around the house with him!


Carrot Teether:



E was still a bit too young for teethers, but both myself and his grandma got him a few for his basket. We knew he’d need them soon! This carrot teether is adorable and perfect for Easter.

Duck Bath Scoops:



These are so much fun - they’re practical to help rinse soapy hair in the bath, but also float around the tub like little boats, and are great for practicing pouring water. We love ours!

Touch and Feel Book: 



These types of books are so great for little ones to interact with and are an easy way to get in some extra sensory play!

Lamb Rattle:

This lamb rattle is so soft and has held up great over the last year. Perfect for cuddling or noise making!

Finger Puppet Book:



This was a fun book we included in E's basket. He loved watching our fingers move the animals along with the story. It makes the story so much more interactive for babies while they are listening!

Bunny Outfit:


 

I had actually seen a similar outfit on pinterest and I knew I wanted to snap a cute photo of E as a little bunny! It ended up being a really cute addition to his basket!

Yogi Bites:


If your baby is a little older and you'd like to include a sweet treat, these are perfect! They are made from yogurt and melt in your little ones mouth. So delicious!

Sensory Rattle and Teether:


 

This toy was E's absolute favorite toy as a young baby, especially around 3-5 months old! Lots of colors and very easy for a small baby to grab onto. 


What have you included in your little one's Easter basket this year? Tell us in the comments! Happy Easter!

Looking for ideas for an older baby/toddler? Check out our Easter basket ideas for a one year old!




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