Spring feels like the perfect time to give baby’s things a little update c/o the Easter Bunny! I started Josie’s basket with this adorable rope bunny bin that I plan to use for toy storage after Easter. Like the basket, I wanted to pick out some toys that had a spring “vibe” but that didn’t scream Easter so that she can continue to use them as she grows into a toddler. Some of my go-to Easter basket ideas for babies and toddlers include new types of toys, sizing up clothes for a new season, snacks, and books.
You can find links for everything I have included in Josie’s Easter basket by clicking on the images below! I’ll try to keep it updated as I come across more or as things sell out!
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I stuffed Josie’s basket with some new toys that she will be developing more interest in over the next few months like basic puzzles, shaker eggs, and a soft baby doll (honestly how cuuuute is this dolly in the removable bunny bunting). The yellow carton of squeaky eggs was an absolute favorite of Harper’s and Ethan’s and I can’t wait to see if Jo loves it just as much. She is still taking daily eczema baths so I thought some new bath toys would be fun; I’m in love with this cloud and raindrop set that are able to open up to prevent mold growth. I also tossed in a few of her tried-and-true favorite teethers. These sun and rainbow ones are especially cute as well as this flower and flowerpot set from the same company!
Spring & Summer Clothes
I bought a few new outfits for the bunny to bring because the timing of a new season lines up perfectly with moving into a new size. I really love the new Little Co. line at Kohl’s for both boys and girls; it is full of the cutest little mix and match pieces for spring and made with all organic cotton (Team LC all the way!). It’s also the perfect time for a new bathing suit or summer accessories.
Snacks make great Easter basket stuffers as well as plastic egg fillers for little ones. Hiding a few plastic eggs filled with puffs will keep your toddler busy all morning! I also got her these silicone food teethers to use for cold treats this summer!
Holidays are always one of my favorite occasions to build my child’s book collection. I either buy holiday specific books that we can take out year after year or add some classics to their library. Somehow we have never owned Pat the Bunny even though I have never heard anything but rave reviews from parents! Some other bunny classics include Guess How Much I Love You and Peter Rabbit.
If you missed it, I also shared more Easter basket ideas in Harper & Ethan’s post here: