I know my son is going to be getting a ton of candy from family, so I decided to not include any candy or snacks in his basket. So…what did I include? Check it out below!
‘Daddy Duck’ Bath time book & Daddy’s bubble bath
My son is obsessed with his dad and ducks – so this book was perfect! My son loves bath time so new bubbles and a fun bath time waterproof book is perfect.
Kid O Floating Duck
Going with the bath time theme, I wanted to include a new bath toy. This duck got great reviews on Amazon! Max is going through a duck phase and he’s obsessed! You can buy it using Amazon Prime and receive it in 2 days.
Fischer-Price Doodle Pro Trip
I use to love my Magna Doodle! I saw this at Meijer and had to get it for Max’s basket. It’s a small, travel size, which will be good for his little hands. The age is 3+, and he’s only 18 months, but I figure he’ll grow into it. This is also available on Amazon Prime if you’re in a pinch!
I found jelly bean scented Easter grass at Meijer. It smells SO good! My son is a little young to appreciate this, but I think it’s fun. I also found sports ball themed eggs. Max is into footballs, soccer balls, basketballs, etc., so these are perfect for holding little treats. I won’t put sugary candy in them, instead I’ll put freeze dried yogurt bites, just so he can have fun discovering them.
Here are some other fun (non-candy!) ideas:
– Gift certificates
– Quarters, dimes and nickels in eggs (but not for young ones, may be a choking hazard)
– Healthy treats, such as Plum Organics Mighty Bites or Plum Organics puffs.
– New sippy cups with a favorite character
If you’re wondering, my Easter basket liner is from Pottery Barn Kids. I’m proud of myself for being able to find it after last Easter 🙂
I’d like to know what you’re putting in your kid’s Easter baskets? Anything unique? I want to know!
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