Easter is coming. We wanted to share some fun ideas for your baby’s first Easter. So, if you are looking for basket ideas or gift ideas our outfit ideas then you have come to the right place.
Great Ideas, Gifts & Toys for Baby’s First Easter
Baby Easter Books
Books are always a great idea. Here are several books that would be great to add to your baby’s Easter basket.
- Where Are Baby’s Easter Eggs?
- Llama Llama Easter Egg
- The Itsy Bitsy Bunny
- Happy & Hoppy: Easter Basket Lift-a-Flap Board Book
- If I Were a Rabbit
- Pat the Bunny
- Bright Baby Touch and Feel Easter
- Baby Touch and Feel: Bunny
- Hoppity Hop Peekaboo!
Baby Easter Outfits Ideas
Love the adorable Easter bibs from Target. They are great for celebrating your baby’s first Easter milestone.
Cat and Jack Ruffle Dress from Target.
Bow Tie & Suspenders by Cat & Jack from Target.
So suspenders are in! Suspender Set from Gymboree
Bunny ears are a fun must for your baby’s first Easter.
Baby Easter Toys & Gift Ideas
Chirp! Chirp! TOMY Hide N Squeak Eggs are not your ordinary eggs you find at the grocery store! Crack open the shells to reveal six egg-stra special chicks. Learn shapes by sorting each shell into its own carton spot. Six different face/shell combinations included. Press down gently on their heads to hear them cheep! Best of all, no batteries are needed.
The Infantino Good Bites Textured Carrot Teether is soft, silicone carrot tether is perfect for soothing tender gums and providing teething relief. It’s BPA free and dishwasher safe.
Here’s a toy classic – nesting cups. Nesting cups are popular for a reason, offering simple-yet-fun ways to play. These eight colorful cups have large numbers embossed on the base so an older child can practice counting and begin building number recognition skills.
Explore classic nursery rhymes with the Musical Rhymes Book by VTech. Your little one will build motor skills by sliding and twisting the fun play pieces while exploring each easy-to-turn page. Then they’ll play piano sounds with the five colorful piano keys that introduce colors and instruments. Two fun modes include learning mode that introduces age-appropriate vocabulary and music mode that plays music and instrument sounds.
The HABA Shakin Eggs is perfect for babies and toddlers alike, each multi-colored wooden egg makes a fun and different sound when shaken. With a wide variety of uses, such as counting, color recognition, imaginative play, musical appreciation, and much more, these eggs are not only a unique addition to your child’s music collection, but they are a great way to encourage vital developmental skills in little ones.
ChooMee Baby Starter Spoon is a great practical gift for babies starting to transition. The transition to solids should be a positive milestone, not a painful one. Introducing food is an adventure and our Dip’n allows baby the feeding freedom to enjoy this new CHOO-able chapter! Our unique design allows for greater independence, providing beginners with more confidence and less mess.
Bubbles – a kid’s favorite past time. The Bubble Gun Blower Machine Blaster provides fun & entertainment by chasing the bubble combined with sounds and music.
The Rutabaga bunny is soft and squishy, he’ll make anyone happy who holds him in their hands.
Mary Meyer Wubbanub Oatmeal Bunny is a Wubbanub exclusive. What is a WubbaNub? It’s an animal friend and pacifier combined into one soft, soothing toy. WubbaNub’s 6-inch long animal makes it easy for baby to grasp and manipulate the pacifier. The sewn-in Soothie brand pacifier is a comfort for babies newborn to 6 months.
Baby Easter Activities
You need orange paint, white paper, green paper and towels. Take orange paint and wipe on baby’s foot. Take a print of your baby’s left and right foot on white paper to look like little carrots. For the green top, glue some green paper strips just above the toes to look like the carrot leaves.
You will need yellow paint, white paper, black and orange marker and towels. Using yellow paint take a print of baby’s right foot on white paper. Then draw the chick’s legs with orange marker below the arch of the foot. After you can add the chick’s orange beak on the heel of the foot along with a small black dot as the eye.
You will need a picture of your baby’s face (juts their face), cotton balls, glue, paper plate, pink paint and towels. Glue cotton balls on a paper plate.Take your baby’s picture and glue the photo of your baby’s face to the top. Add some ears and their footprints (like above)!
Baby Friendly Egg Hunt
First, fill plastic Easter eggs with some of your baby’s favorite treats might it be cereal puffs or even yogurt melts. After you fill your Easter eggs you can then fill a kiddie pool with Easter basket grass along with tons of plastic eggs they can easily grab for.
Last but not least, Easter is not complete without an Easter basket.
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