We've been talking about what to put in our children's Easter baskets. Our kids are really too young (besides Ariana!) to have a basket full of chocolate bunnies, jelly beans, and the like. And honestly, we really don't want our kids to be eating all that candy!
Here are some ideas of things you could put in your little ones' Easter basket.
ritz bitz cheese crackers
yogurt covered rasin
flip flops or sandals
Baby Legs/leg warmers
side walk chalk
VTech refrigerator magnet (you know, the alphabet ones, etc.)
Arts & Crafts:
Pony Tail holders
match box cars
Whoopy Cushion :)
|Sarah is trying her hand at a Spring wreath. Let's see how it turns out.|
For our egg hunt we bought small little mini individually wrapped candies to put in the plastic eggs and we also put loose change or dollar bills. Kids love to put money in their piggy banks, or savings accounts!
|Gorgeous Ariana last Easter|
|Sweet Maddy last Easter|
|Jake's first Easter!|
Last year at my house, Easter was pretty sucky. My grandfather was in hospice and we were just waiting. Afraid to celebrate and not really knowing what to do. It was Liza's first Easter, so I wanted to do something for her. Not that she would remember! I filled her Easter basket with a watering can, bunny ears. Peter Rabbit books, a bathing suite, and some Little People.
I bought her Easter basket with the intention of re-using it every year. Do you do that? Or do you buy a new basket every year?