Easter is just around the corner and while Hendrix is still a little young to know what’s going on (almost 15 months), I still wanted to partake in a few festivities with him and also get him a few cute things while he’s still in this stage.
That said, today I’m sharing what I’m putting in his Easter Basket, plus a few other cute ideas if you’re looking.
SLIP-ON SNEAKERS — SIZE 5 | BUNNY ROMPER — SIZE 18-24 | SHORTY ROMPER — SIZE 18-24 | STRIPED HENLEY ROMPER — SIZE 18-24 | SPACE PAJAMAS — SIZE 18-24| STRIPED SWEATSHORTS — SIZE 18-24 | BASKETBALL NET | SHORT SLEEVE ROMPER — SIZE 2T | BABY SHAMPOO / BODY WASH | BELLY BUTTON BOOK
Since he doesn’t currently eat chocolate and we won’t be doing an Easter egg hunt, the items I’m putting in his basket are clothes, a book, a pair of shoes (since he’s allllllmost walking) and a refill of the shampoo/body wash we like (I purchased the pump bottle first to try, and we are just about out so this time I simply ordered the re-fill and plan to re-use our current pump bottle).
The basketball net is something we think he will love–he’s constantly trying to ‘dunk’ his toys into our water glasses when we are holding them and he’s obsessed with his rubber basketball. It’s technically more than I think you need to be spending on an Easter gift/basket, but I figured we would give to him for the occasion as it aligns with his age.
Also! If your babe is a tad older and into an Easter egg hunt, but you want to keep it healthy, my girlfriend shared her genius idea to fill these little plastic eggs with fruit and cereal. Such a cute idea if you’re not ready to give them chocolate yet. And lastly, the basket I snagged for Hendrix isn’t shown because it’s just a simple yellow one I snagged at the Dollarama for $2, but this one is similar.
Here are a few more cute, budget friendly items I’m eyeing (for Spring in general):