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It’s your baby’s first Easter! But wait– There’s one problem… What do you buy a baby for Easter?

Since your baby probably won’t remember his first Easter, this is the perfect time to sneak in some of the things you’ve been wanting to get her anyways.

The Easter bunny may not be able to bring your baby the usual candy and eggs, but here are 17 useful Easter basket ideas for babies that he CAN bring (and you’ll be glad he did)!

Baby Easter basket stuffers

Easter Books for Babies

Books make great Easter basket stuffers for babies!

It’s never too early to start reading to your baby. They will enjoy looking at the colorful pictures and snuggling with you even if they don’t 100% know what you’re saying– yet.

According to this Fisher-Price article, studies show that consistently reading to children helps them “develop improved language skills” and an “increased interest in reading.”

I can say from experience that school now for our little ones is so much different than it was when WE were in school. The more familiar your child is with books and all things reading, the better.

Peppa’s Easter Egg Hunt

Gotta love Peppa! Join Peppa Pig and her friends for an Easter egg hunt in Peppa’s Easter Egg Hunt. *snort*

The Itsy Bitsy Bunny

The Itsy Bitsy Bunny board book puts fun spin on the classic “Itsy Bitsy Spider” Nursery Rhyme. I can’t promise that you won’t be singing this one in your sleep, but it’s so cute and perfect for Easter!

Duck & Goose, Here Comes the Easter Bunny!

Duck & Goose, Here Comes the Easter Bunny is a New York Times bestseller. In the book, Duck and Goose must figure out how to find the Easter Bunny.

Happy Easter, Mouse!

In Happy Easter, Mouse!, follow along as the same little mouse from If You Give a Mouse a Cookie goes on an Easter egg hunt.

Llama Llama Easter Egg

Llama Llama Easter egg is perfect for baby’s first rhyming book. Not only does it have lots of colorful pictures, but who doesn’t love llamas?!

Baby Touch and Feel: Bunny

Your baby will love this book. According to the reviews, one parent pointed out how she loves that there is something to touch on each page rather than just a few. Perfect for introducing new textures, which you can start introducing at 3-6 months.

Teethers & Rattles

Teething toys and rattles make perfect Easter basket stuffers for babies. Since you’ll most likely be buying these anyways, why not make it count?

Textured Carrot Teether

This little teether is made of BPA-free silicone and features easy-to-hold handles and two textured sides. Perfect for soothing sore gums and Easter baskets!

Clutching Toy Chick Teether with Strap

This toy chick is both a teether and a rattle AND it clips to baby, making is the perfect Easter basket stuffer. Also, the chick can be removed from its shell and placed into the freezer to help soothe extra sore gums.

Star Teething Blanket

This teething blanket may look small, but it’s actually about a foot wide. If your baby loves trying to chew on his burp cloths or bibs like mine did, he will love this! It has different textures and is lightweight and easy to grip.

Comotomo Silicone Baby Teether

If your baby has started the finger-chewing, he will love this teether. It’s easy to clean and BPA, PVC, and pathalate-free. I love that it has several different points of grabbing/holding. (Also comes in blue!)

Nuby Silicone Teethe-eez Teether with Bristles

The Nuby Teethe-eez Teether has multiple surfaces and will help soothe and clean tender gums. It may have a somewhat simple design, but babies love it. (This one also comes in blue!)

Bitty Bite Bug Rattle

Not only does the Bitty Bite Bug rattle (well, jingle), it makes baby’s favorite crinkle noise too. The best part, according to the reviews, is that it’s not overly annoying and loud.

Rainbow Glow Rattle

Does your baby take an interest in lights? The Rainbow Glow Rattle changes colors (from blue to red to green) at the flick of the rattle. Parents also pointed out that it’s the perfect budget-friendly alternative to the Noggin Stik.

My First Easter Outfits

And of course, you can’t forget the cute Easter onesies! For the pics you’ll show their future boyfriends/girlfriends ya know. 😉

My 1st Easter Onesie with Cute Bunny

This onesie comes in green, light pink, white, bright pink, yellow, gray, and aqua. Sizes range from newborn, 6 months, 12 months, 18 months, and 24 months.

I’m So Egg-Cited It’s My First Easter Onesie

Another cute Easter onesie! Choose between aqua, gray, green, red, white, bright pink, light pink, or yellow. Sizes range from newborn, 6 months, 12 months, 18 months, and 24 months.

Furry Bunny Ears Headband

These are sooo cute and would make adorable Easter pictures. You can get these in pink and white or blue and white.

Bunny Rabbit Beanie

I just came across this bunny ears beanie and had to add it to the list! How stinking adorable and you can choose between pink or blue.

What are your favorite Easter basket stuffers for babies?

Post them in the comments for other mamas to read!

1 Comment

  1. These are perfect ideas! I couldn’t think of anything to put in my 5 month old’s easter basket but now I know. Thank you!

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