Some great Easter basket ideas that any toddler will love! Fill their baskets with these great finds!
Can you believe Easter is right around the corner already?
I’m actually ahead of schedule this year and have Bailey’s Easter basket done and ready! So I thought I would share some fun Easter basket ideas for toddlers with you!
I’m still in denial that I have an almost two year old (well, in July), but goodness this age is the absolute best! She is learning so much, and her personality is just shining!
But as you all know, I am completely and utterly obsessed with her. So there’s that.
This year I wanted to make her Easter Basket simple and sweet. She honestly has such an overflow of toys already, so I wanted to grab her some things she’ll actually use and love.
What’s Inside Bailey’s Easter Basket
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Her cute wicker basket is filled with:
- A fluffy pink bunny for her to cuddle
- Cute Burt’s Bees footy pajamas
- A set of pink garden tools (for our garden we are about to put in)
- Some Peter Rabbit books and a new called one We Belong to Each Other from our friends over at Liz Marie Blog
- The most adorable pink gingham shoes
- A pink bunny silicone plate
- Some playful bunny ears
- Egg shaped sidewalk chalk
- An adorable rainbow watering can (not pictured because mom had to give it to her early to calm her down from an epic meltdown…oops!)
I know she’ll love everything, and I am so excited to see her go through it all. Not to mention this will be her first year Easter egg hunting with all her cousins, and that thought alone melts me!
Easter has always been such a special holiday for my side of the family. It was always spent with my grandparents at their county house.
It was family, good food, my grandmas Easter decorated coconut cake, hunting eggs, eating was too much candy, and just being so happy to be together.
This will be our first year celebrating together, with family, without both of my grandparents. I know it’s going to be a rough one. But I just hope and pray we start new traditions that will make Bailey look at Easter the same way I do.