Who says your baby is too young to get involved with Easter this year?! Your baby might not be old enough to run around and pick up goodies in an Easter egg hunt with other kids, but you can still celebrate Easter with your little bundle of joy. In this post, I make different recommendations to help build your baby’s first Easter basket this year. Easter goodies don’t always need to include Easter eggs stuffed with candy. Keep reading to get Easter basket ideas for your baby in 2019.
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Easter is one of my kid’s favorite holidays. When we celebrated her first Easter, she was almost 7 months old. Although she was too young to go Easter egg hunting, she enjoyed the eggs and goodies that were in her Easter basket I created for her. She loved putting the eggs and goodies in and out of the basket. She also loved playing with the different baby toys in the basket. Here are my suggestions for Easter basket ideas for your baby this year.
The first thing you want to do is pick out the Easter basket for your baby. When I was younger, most of the Easter baskets I found were wicker Easter baskets. Nowadays, I see a lot more options including Easter baskets made of cloth and Easter tin buckets.
I love this basket! This is a good option when you are deciding on Easter basket ideas for your baby. You get to personalize the basket with your baby’s name. It’s also very soft, which would feel great on your baby’s skin. The basket is also very cute and shaped like a bunny rabbit.
Ready-made Easter baskets
If you’re looking for Easter basket ideas for your baby that already come with goodies in them, try getting this Easter basket stuffed with plush toys.
These cute little plush toys are Easter-themed and a great choice for your baby’s first Easter basket.
Easter basket ideas for your baby: Easter books
Fill your baby’s Easter basket this year with Easter books! Reading to your baby is a wonderful opportunity for the two of you to bond. It also helps your baby develop early language skills.
Where Are Baby’s Easter Eggs is a great Easter book choice for your baby. The book consists of flaps where the baby can find beautiful, colorful springtime images.
Another great Easter book pick is Baby Touch and Feel: Bunny.
I love this board book because babies get to experience using their senses and touch different textures in the book. They also get to see super cute bunnies, as well as other cuddly and cute animals.
Hook up your little one this year with some baby maracas. These maracas are easy for babies to grab and shake. When babies shake the maracas, they rattle and make sounds that babies can love. Shaking the maracas are a great and fun activity for babies. Consider adding them to your baby’s Easter basket this year!
Easter basket ideas for your baby: Teething toys
Teething is something all babies go through and some babies may find the experience painful. Teething toys may help provide some relief and comfort to your baby.
Rabbit ear headband
I fell in love with this baby rabbit ear headband when I saw it! It’s made out of 100% cotton and is a beautiful Easter-themed headpiece for your baby girl. Get this headband and it would be a perfect family picture for your baby’s first Easter.
With Easter just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about Easter basket ideas for your baby. Making your baby’s first Easter basket is an exciting experience. Don’t forget to use some of the ideas in this article and I hope you and your baby have an enjoyable first Easter together!
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