Easter is less than a week away
Colored eggs, tufts of green plastic grass, soft bunnies and tasty treats – hints of Easter. So Easter is a few days away and you procrastinated. If you’re looking for some last-minute Easter Basket ideas for your toddler, you’ve come to the right place! I’ve gathered some last-minute Easter Basket ideas that will be sure to make your toddler happy!
Check out what’s in our Easter Basket
Stuffed Unicorn & Rabbit
I don’t know why, but little girls LOVE UNICORNS (most of them anyways ha!). These magical creatures make a perfect snuggly basket stuffer. I also threw in a small bunny because – well , what’s Easter without the Easter Bunny, of course!
Bunny Attire & Accessories
You’ve got to dress the part to look the part. I’m all about being festive and having fun by dressing for the occasion. A cute bunny headband, small purse and Mommy & Me bunny socks are sure to do the trick! How cute are these?! (I found all if these items in the “dollar” section at Target)
I try and limit my toddler’s sugar intake. Not only is an overload of sugar extremely unhealthy, but I’m not dealing with the repercussions of a child bouncing off the walls. Can you say sugar aftermath? Lol. There are so many healthy options out there you can give your child instead. Annie’s has a great line of organic snacks, everything from cheddar bunnies to gummy snacks. Peter Rabbit Organics has fruit and veggie pouches that are packed full of nutrition and make for a wholesome option at snack time! I also came across Paw Patrol Pouches that are the perfect mix of yummy organic fruit. These squeezy pouches are great for pulling out of a bag or popping in a lunchbox. And are super convenient!!
Baskets always need to include some fun items! I found the Barbie Chelsea doll and thought it was small and cute – the perfect little doll basket stuffer.
Did someone say PlayDoh?! My daughter loves playing with PlayDoh and I found some shimmering glittery ones! I think she is just going to love it!
One of my daughter’s favorite days of the week is when we go to Story Time at the local library. I’m so happy she has taken an interest in books and loves being read to. I couldn’t let her Easter Basket be devoid of books! I found these cute little Bunny Books at Aldis!
Being that both my husband and I are both artists and very creative, it doesn’t surprise me in the least that my two-year-old has developed quite a passion for the arts already. Besides being completely obsessed with coloring, she is actually starting to color within the lines. Pretty proud mommy moment! Needless to say, I included some new coloring books in her basket.
Monogrammed Easter Letter
This cute Easter Monogrammed Letter I found at Walmart is perfect for families with more than one child, so you can keep up with whose basket belongs to who!
So our main Easter basket is a little small, – so I did two little baskets this year. Here they are all made up!
Interested in some of these items?!
What are some items you include in your Easter Baskets?
Let me know!
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