I have to admit, I love putting together Emma’s Easter Basket as much I love doing her stocking, which is a lot. As she grows into an older toddler and bigger kid, it gets more and more fun. Because her birthday is in December, Easter is a nice time to get her some little trinkets as a gift. While the Target Dollar Spot could have sponsored this post (Hollar at me, Tar-jay), they most certainly did not. Because Target has yet to make my dreams come true by including their Dollar Spot items online, I’ve provided some links for items similar to most of the items in Emma’s Toddler Easter Basket via Amazon in case you’re in need of a few items for your Toddler’s Easter Basket!
Toddler Easter Basket Ideas
Some other ideas I have used in the past? Undies for potty trained littles, or littles soon to be potty-trained, headbands, coloring books and art supplies! For slightly older kiddos? Jewelry, nail polish, lotions, body sprays, and play makeup. I am a total #girlmom, so I can’t give advice from experience on ideas for boys, but something tells me matchbox cars and legos would be well liked (by boys and girls alike, quite frankly!).
Emma’s Easter Basket
What kinds of things do you put in your child’s Easter Basket?
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