From snuggly stuffed bunnies to teething toys and rabbit accessories, we’ve rounded up everything you need to make your baby’s Easter day special.
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Is it the first Easter for somebunny special? Most traditions -– dyeing eggs, eating candies, and joining in on Easter egg hunts -- are out of reach for babies, which makes a thoughtfully curated basket all the more meaningful. So what do you fill it with? We suggest a mix of store-bought goodies and gifts made with love!
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Jellycat Bashful Cream Bunny
Meet Bashful: the softest, floppiest stuffed bunny ever made for cuddling. With its silky smooth fur and long droopy ears, your little one will love snuggling with this new favorite buddy.
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Is your baby teething? Here's your best new remedy -- and it doubles as a toy! Made to be pliable, this rabbit is easy for small hands to hold, safe to chew on, and easy to clean.
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Wooden Teething Rattle
This teeny-tiny barbell is specially made for teeny-tiny hands. Designed by an infant development specialist, the smooth hardwood offers relief to your baby's sore mouth while the two gently clinking rings help develop fine-motor skills.
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Handmade Bunny Cap
Dress your baby in his or her "Sunday best" with this floppy-eared bunny cap. Each one is handmade from organic double gauze muslin, which is lightweight, soft, and breathable on a baby's head.
Slip your baby's itty-bitty feet into a pair of these bunny slippers and watch him or her hoppity-hop around the house! Made with short-haired cotton yarn and pom-poms, these are luxuriously soft to the touch.
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Every baby needs a soft blanket. For an heirloom that's made with love (and made to last), this quilt comes with a playful fabric stitched together with bright red hand-quilting thread and binding.