Easter is coming right up, 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. 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?
Baby’s First Easter Basket Ideas:
Who doesn’t love a personalized bunny?! You can find these on Peek a Who.
Some of these are specific to Easter and some just have bunnies and ducks, but ALL of them are good.
I Am a Bunny (anyone who knows me is impressed with my restraint listing this as #7 because it’s my favorite book.)
You can never have too many adorable sleepers. Hanna Andersson makes gorgeous ones.
This little egg is an On-the-Go Sound Spa. Ahhhh, sleep. I found this one on Amazon.
Here’s a hopping graphic onesie idea for baby from Etsy. There are a handful of designs from different sellers that will speak to just about anyone’s inner ’90s hip hop fiend.
This adorable bunny lovey is so sweet. You find it on Amazon.
Who doesn’t love a few ducks in the bath? You can find them on the Skip Hop site.
Great for sippy cups, jackets, shoes and anything else that tends to walk away. Minted makes beautiful ones.
Each egg makes a different sound. You can pick them up on Amazon.
New chompers will love this sweet little carrot teether. I found this one on Amazon.
You can never have too many of these. This is the Dancing Bunnies 4 pack.
Despite its questionable appearance, this bunny from ZoLi is the highest rated teether around!
Light it up with this porcelain bunny nightlight. You can find it on Amazon.
Made from buttery-soft organic cotton, it features non-toxic, eco-friendly dyes. You can hop over to the Finn + Emma site to find it.
This 100% food grade siliconeTiny Cup helps baby transition from bottle to cup. Designed for babies 4+ months. You can find it on the ezpz site.
These super-soft muslin washcloths are backed with terry made from bamboo. You can find them on the Loulou Lollipop site.
These come in a variety of colors and are made from food-grade silicone and beech hardwood. You can find them on their site.
The soft baby chick can be removed from its nest and rattled to make a tweeting noise. The nest contains makes crinkly noises and its reversible. I found it on Amazon.
Ready to nibble on some easter grub? How about this Fred & Friends SNACK RABBIT Bunny and Carrot Nesting Utensils?
Lots of grabbing fun for the little chicks with Hide N Squeak Eggs! These are awesome and you can find them on Amazon.
What’s an Easter photo without them? We found these from Marys Knits on Etsy.
Celebrate the sunny spring with this mineral sunscreen that contains organic shea butter and organic calendula. You can find it on the Earth Mama site.
Not only will this bunny bounce a little happiness into your baby’s world, purchasing any doll from Cuddle + Kind means 10 meals are provided to children in North America and around the world. You can check out all the cuteness on their site.
The ring made from untreated Indian hardwood and finished with non-toxic vegetable seed wax, and ears made from buttery-soft organic cotton for chewing and chomping. You can find them on the Finn + Emma site.
Each teeny pod is made with clove oil, organic coconut oil & organic stevia to relieve pain on teething gums. (I’ve tried them and it really does numb the spot it’s rubbed on.) You can find them at Target.
How sweet is this little puff from Gund?! I found this one on Amazon.
These fun little bracelets rattle and make crinkle sounds. They are an add-on item at Amazon.
Little readers will enjoy following the Snuggle Bunny putting away toys, brushing teeth, and sharing lots of snuggles before settling down to close their eyes. I found this one at Potterbarn Kids.
This sweet little silicone clip keeps pacifiers within reach at all times. There are tons of colors to chose from on Amazon.
Gund makes this adorable bunny ball with three random silly sounds and LED lights. You can shop it on Amazon.
I love these because they aren’t too ‘babyish’ so they can use them for many years to come. I found them on Potterybarn Kids.
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.