After a long and dreary winter, we’re all looking for signs of spring and new life. Whether you celebrate Easter for religious reasons or take a more secular approach to the holiday, you might be wondering what to get for baby’s first Easter. Sure, your little one is probably too small to do an egg hunt or find his basket, but with these baby’s first Easter gifts she’ll have a picture-perfect holiday anyway.
Here’s a list of a 15 of our favorite Easter gifts for kids, ranging from the educational to the outdoorsy. Happy shopping!
A Personalized Easter Basket
Celebrating baby’s first Easter begins with finding a basket that’s cute enough for years to come. These personalized canvas Easter baskets are adorable and practical, so your little one can use them to store her Easter gifts year-round if she likes.Buy on Amazon
Searching for an adorable but practical Easter outfit for your little one? Look no further. These adorable rompers with long bunny ears are just too cute. Whether your little one is a newborn or toddling around, they’ll look irresistible. If you live in a warmer climate, opt for the classic overall romper, which is cute as a button.Buy on Amazon
Rabbit Fleece Blanket
There’s nothing that says love like a soft new fleece blanket. We love that this Happy Easter Bunnies Plush Floral Throw Blanket fits the theme, but won’t look out of place once the Easter season passes. The unisex cool mint color makes it perfect for little boys or girls. You’ll use this for years, since it’s cozy enough to lay your new addition on and perfect for your tot to carry around on their own.Buy Here
Boo Boo Bunny
Learning to crawl and walk inevitably leads to lots of bumps and bruises, no matter how carefully mom and dad have baby-proofed the house. Once you have a daring toddler the bruises only get worse. Get ahead of the tears with this adorable boo boo bunny. The toy allows you to ice your little one’s injuries, while distracting them from the pain at the same time.Buy Here
The Tale Of Peter Rabbit
Want to connect your little one back to your own childhood? Why not read him The Tale of Peter Rabbit? Books by author Beatrix Potter have been a hit for generations. They’ll keep baby entertained, while giving you the sense of nostalgia that we all love.Buy Here
Chick Night Light
How often have you found yourself fumbling around the nursery in the dark, trying to avoid turning on a light? This night light solves that problem, giving off just enough glow to help with a midnight diaper change or provide a bit of comfort to a tot who is afraid of the dark.Buy Here
Wooden Chick Egg Shakers
How adorable it is to watch a baby explore a favorite noise-making toy? That is, until the banging on the pots and pans or a song on repeat starts driving you batty. These wooden shaker toys are the antidote: they let your baby learn about cause and effect, and won’t cross over into annoying no matter how often your baby plays with them. They’re also non-toxic and safety-tested, so you can feel ok when they inevitably end up in baby’s mouth.Buy Here
Baby Rain Boots
Spring is mud season in many places. If you’re looking for a way for your baby to get outside without getting wet, you’ll love these Baby Boots. Unlike rubber boots, which can be too bulky for new walkers, these lightweight shoes will help baby stay on his feet, while still exploring the great outdoors.Buy Here
Spring Themed Teething Bibs
Even for a baby, there’s nothing cute about drooling all over yourself. These spring-themed teething bibs are the perfect distraction. With six different sets of patterns, you’re sure to find one that fits your aesthetic.Buy Here
Simply Bunny Puzzle
A puzzle might seem a bit advanced for baby’s first Easter, but this Montessori-inspired toddler puzzle will last for ages. Right now, your baby can play with the different rabbit-shaped pieces, but before you know if she’ll be putting the puzzle together, learning about sizes, shapes and sorting.Buy Here
Stacking cups are great because they stand the test of time. When you have an infant, you can let him reach for the cups during tummy time. Once your baby can sit in the tub, these make the perfect easy-to-clean bath toys. And as a toddler, he’ll love knowing over the cups that you’ve stacked. This is one gift that will be just as popular on baby’s second Easter as his first.Buy Here
Love Makes A Family
It’s never too early to start teaching your little one about diversity, and the many types of families. This board book does just that, with colorful and engaging illustrations that show all types of families expressing their love in everyday actions like finding a missing ball or baking a cake. Plus, it’s hearty enough to withstand your baby’s love of books.Buy Here
While you’re shopping for baby’s first Easter, remember that while a Pinterest-perfect basket is adorable, having a nice day with your baby and creating family traditions that work for you are what matters most. So enjoy your little bunny this year, no matter what your basket might hold.
(But hopefully it holds some Reese’s peanut butter eggs while you’re at it.)
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