4 Easter Gifts For Baby You’ll Actually Totally Love
Hippity-hoppity, Easter on its way! If you're planning on filling up your little bunny's basket this year with some goodies, we've got some great ideas for you!
Personally, I always have a hard time getting my babies gifts for holidays because it always seems like they would be happy with just a box or a tissue roll or something, but I have to admit, it's always fun to shop for them and see their reaction in the morning. But still, I try to keep things simple, so these gifts won't break the bank and will hopefully be useful on Easter morning and beyond so you get the most for your money!
A little backstory here, but I just pulled out all of our Easter decorations, only to have the baby and toddler literally sprinkle Easter grass all over my entire house. It was not pretty, my friends.
So I have officially declared that Easter grass is banned from my house, and I found these cute cloth napkins a much better idea. Not only can you use them to line your baby's basket in a cute and eco-friendly way, but you can use them for meals when you're done!
Um, how cute are these gold moccasins? I think they are so perfect for spring as the go-to shoe for your baby that will not slip off. Plus, they are way more affordable than a lot of the versions out there.
You're either going to love me or hate me with this one, but I couldn't resist when I came across these edible bubbles. Bubbles are a staple in all my kids' Easter baskets, and they always provide great entertainment for Easter morning.
But if I can up the entertainment ante and have my kid eat those bubbles? Well, like I said, it's either the worst idea ever or the best idea in the entire world, and I'll let you be the judge of that.
I'm obsessed with touch-n-feel books for babies because I secretly love them. I mean, they're so much fun! And fuzzy! You just can't go wrong with a classic touch-and-feel book for baby, and this one has all the Easter favorites, including a big, fluffy bunny, and even chocolate. (But it's not a touch-and-lick book, guys, just keep that in mind.)Read More