Baby’s First Easter

Just because you aren't old enough to eat a bag of easter creme eggs doesn't mean you can't have a great Easter basket!

Easter’s springing up early this year so it’s time to get cracking (egg pun intended) if you’re thinking about doing Baby’s First Easter Basket. The only things your little lamb probably needs are a bulk box of wipes, a bunny ears headband from the dollar store and some plastic eggs filled with Puffs, but you can bet Grandma’s already hopping off to fill baby a basket at Toys R Us. Before Grandpa starts sneaking Junior Cadbury Cream Eggs in the shadow of a Toyota-sized rabbit, why not send the family on an Easter gift hunt for items baby (and you) will really love?

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Peekawhoo Jellycat: Who doesn’t love a personalized bunny?!

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Lift flap books: I bet the first one has a better answer than “Mom ate them.”

Where are Baby’s Easter Eggs?  Where are Baby’s Easter Eggs?

Personalized Snuggle Bunny Book Personalized Snuggle Bunny Book

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Easter Pajamas. You can never have too many adorable sleepers.

Hanna Andersson Organic Cotton Night Night Baby Easter Sleepers.

Carter’s Baby’s First Easter PJs & Bib in gray or pink.

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Here’s a hopping graphic onesie for baby from PressThreads.

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This little egg is a On-the-Go Sound Spa. Ahhhh, sleep.

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This adorable bunny from Angel Dear is a blankie and a lovie.

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Who doesn’t love a few ducks in the bath?

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Soothe your little lamb with a WubbaNub. There’s also the Fred and Friends Bunny Pacifier. I don’t think I need to explain why this is awesome.

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Haba Musical Eggs. Each egg makes a different sound.

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Despite its questionable appearance, this bunny from ZoLi is the highest rated teether around!

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Style your little Easter Egg in some freshly picked Moccasins or shoes from Steals.

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Light it up with this bunny nightlight.

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Drooling over Easter Candy? No problem for this bunny bib from Tantrum.

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Lots of grabbing fun for the little chicks with Hide N Squeak Eggs!

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Here’s a pacifier clip that gets great ratings and is sweet as a Peep.

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Bunny ears from Etsy. What’s an Easter photo without them?

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Infantino Go GaGa Rattle Bunny from Target. Everyone needs a little GaGa and Go.

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Custom Easter basket. I love these because they aren’t too ‘babyish’ so they can use them for many years to come.

Now that baby’s basket is brimming with bounty, they’ll definitely know the most important thing this holiday week – Somebunny loves them.  Now excuse me while I finish this bulk bag of mini-eggs and pin all things Peter Rabbit.

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