Have you been looking for some fun Easter basket ideas for the toddlers in your life?! Allow me to add a few more ideas to the mix! 🙂 I hopped on over to my favorite baby store, Row 10, last week and created some pretty dang cute Easter baskets if I do say so myself! Lots of practical/useful stuff, minimal candy, and a few fun little happies!
Quick note for non-local friends: Row 10 ships for free! So shop away on their site! 😉
For the Wilson inspired Easter basket, we have…
// Rylee + Cru swim trunks :: I love this pattern so much! // Ocean tee :: So cute and boyish! // Big sheep and little lamb :: There is a full out Noah’s Ark at Row 10 and every single animal is ADORABLE! They’re hand carved! // One and All Book :: I immediately fell in love with this book! It presents a fun way of learning singular things, groups of things, and humongo groups of things! I promise it’s REALLY cute! // Temporary tattoos :: No explanation needed! These are just fun 🙂 // Bamboo washcloths :: For the neat freak kids! Also helpful in getting the tattoos off when need be! // Max the raccoon :: Is he not the cutest?! // Who What Where Book :: This is a very clever book all about observation! I really love it!
For the Lily Ryan inspired basket…
// Pink Pineapple Set :: This screams warm weather happiness to me!! And the material is THE softest // Mama Pig and little Piglet :: These are by the same company as the hand carved sheep above. Just too cute for words! // Pom Pom Hair Clips :: Couldn’t be cuter! // Rylee + Cru Swimsuit :: I love the shades of peach! So pretty! // Bunny Roo, I Love You Book :: A really sweet book for a mama to give her baby! 🙂 // Temporary tattoos :: Because, fun! // Pink Leather Bow :: Understated little girl style at its best! // Gwendolyn Raccoon :: I just cannot get enough of these plush raccoons! And I may or may not love her dress. There are several other animals too! (All of which are dressed perfectly!) //
And of course, since Easter is all about Jesus, Price and I came up with a fun little game for our kids that you might want to do with your kids too! We came up with 12 highlights from the Easter story and put them on colorful little strips of paper which will each go in one of 12 eggs! Our plan is to tell the kids the Easter story before opening our Easter baskets, then as they are opening eggs and finding little snippets of the Easter story (with, okay… maybe a few more pieces of candy…), we are going to see if they can put the snippets in chronological order! Lily Ryan will likely have no clue what is going on, but I think Wilson will get into it!
Here is a printable if you’d like to print it off and cut it up and use it yourself! Warning: It’s super kidified! 😉
What good ideas have you seen for Easter baskets this year? I’d love to hear in the comments below! And as always, thank you SO much for reading! It means the world! XOXOXO!
Thank you to Row 10 Baby for supporting this post! All opinions are my own, as always!