7 Aww-Inspiring Easter Basket Ideas for Babies
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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!
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.
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.
This soft bunny rattle is ready to play! Choose from three different colors, including pink, yellow, and blue.
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.
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.
Cute and Cozy Knit Bunny Slippers
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.