Easter is right around the corner so I wanted to put together ideas for Easter basket gifts for toddlers that are practical. I always try to include gifts that my kids won’t just use for one day and then end up in the garbage. These are items I would have ended up buying over the next few months anyway so it just makes sense to add it to my 16 month old daughters basket.
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Even though this post is about practical toddler Easter basket gift ideas, I couldn’t leave my oldest out! This year I added in a pop socket, an amazon gift card, and all my son’s favorite candy to his basket. What else could make a 12 year old happier?! I made sure to pick out his favorite candy since we don’t really buy candy other than holidays. I know the gift card will be a hit because he always has a wishlist on Amazon with gaming items to improve his “set up.” He has also been asking for a PopSocket for a long time so this was the perfect opportunity to add it in his basket.
A tradition we always do in our family is hide the kids Easter baskets. It adds an extra little fun surprise and my son has always loved it. My daughter isn’t quite old enough to understand yet so I’ll hide it pretty much in plain sight but she will catch on next year. I’ll also be making a nice brunch for us to enjoy with scrambled eggs, bacon, french toast casserole, and fruit. I also want to make a spring charcuterie board with some bright pops of color for later on in the day.
With Covid-19 still playing a part in not allowing big family gatherings we will be staying home again this year and doing our own traditions. Hopefully we get some warm weather so we can spend most of the day outside in the sunshine. What are some of your families Easter Day traditions? Let me know in the comments below!
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