Ever since having kids, I feel like I am always scrambling to complete my to-do-lists. The other day, it dawned on me that I had not gotten a single item for my children’s Easter baskets. I needed to go shopping ASAP. So what did I do? I packed up my baby, got my diaper bag, and headed to the best store in the world… TARGET! They pretty much had everything you could ever want to put in an Easter basket. After target, I used the wonderful Amazon prime to finish things up! It took a lot of self control, but I kept their baskets very simple because they already have so many toys. Here is a breakdown of Charlie and Amelia’s Easter baskets. All shop-able items will be included in the post and on my LTK page.
Amelia’s Easter Basket is full of very useful, simple items. For her larger items, we got a life jacket and an infant pool float. These are very practical since we live by the water. Next, I got her a jellycat unicorn book and unicorn stuffed animal. These books are precious and the stuffed animal is SO soft! She got a teether, because what 6 month old doesn’t need a teether?! I found the cutest sunglasses both at target and amazon. I ended up getting both pairs…I could not choose between the two. The Easter bunny is bringing her a Beaufort Bonnet Company bathing suit, because her brother already has the match…and how cute are matching siblings?! The bubble wand, light up stick, and plastic eggs are from the dollar section at Target. Her Easter basket and monogramed liner are from Pottery Barn Kids.
Charlie is going to LOVE his Easter basket. We kept it super simple, because he already has entirely too many toys. I got him a bubble wand and a paw patrol bubble toy. He loves playing outside with bubbles. I got Dr. Seuss flash cards from the dollar section. He is a toddler learning new things every day, so I figured these would be fun, educational items. Charlie is getting his first play-doh set. I have always been afraid of him eating it, but every toddler must have play-doh at some point in their lives! I cannot wait to see him play with it for the first time. He also got a jellycat book and stuffed animal. I got him the monkey set, because monkeys are currently his favorite animal. I got him some sidewalk chalk from the dollar section because he loves to color, but has never played with outside chalk. Lastly, I got him a comfy pair of cotton shorts and some Reeses pieces. His Easter basket and liner are from Pottery Barn Kids.