With Easter just around the corner, now is the time to start thinking about what to put in your baby’s first basket! The good news is that Easter is about all things sweet and cuddly, so filling baskets for babies is, in our opinion, extra fun.
If you’re looking for some ideas to make your baby’s first Easter basket egg-stra special, you’ve come to the right spot! We like to start with some everyday essentials, like snacks, bibs, or pacifiers, then select a few festive toys or outfits.
Below we’ve rounded up some of our favorites. Let’s hop to it, shall we?
For more gift ideas, check out our Easter Gift Guides.
Clothing & Accessories
Chirp! Chirp! Little chicks have hatched all over these darling footed jammies.
Body wash, bubble bath, and lotion in new spring scents. (Shop through the link for 15% off!)
Your little chick will stay warm in this teddy-lined hoodie complete with a baby beak and tufted tummy.
Toys & Books
It’s never too early to make music! These musical eggs are perfectly sized for little hands and each makes a unique sound.
As your little one pushes this ducky around, it’ll wobble forward and flap its little wings.
These colorful nesting eggs transform into five family members. Press down on the chick to hear a happy cheep!
A combo of soothing silicone and super soft fabric for comforting baby while providing sensory stimulation.
This “starter” basket is stuffed with a sweet quartet of plush toys – a duckie rattle, a squeaker egg, a crinkly carrot, and a bunny rabbit that makes hopping sounds.
They may be too young for a chocolate bunny, but this teether is the next best thing! Shake, chew, and explore.
This bunny isn’t just cuddly, but an interactive friend too! Press either foot to sing or play peek-a-boo.
Henry the Bunny is hand-knit in Peru and made to be a longtime friend of your little one.
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