Gift Guide: Toddler Easter Basket
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Our daughter, Charli, is 4 years old this Easter and my-oh-my is this age F-U-N! I had the best time rounding up Easter Basket gifts for her this year.
I am all for some S W E E TS being sprinkled in, but as a parent I am always trying to find a good balance between what is too much and what is “just right.”
With that, the Easter Bunny will be leaving the following items for our sweet and soulful girl this year:
I have used these personalized baskets the last several years and LOVE them. They can be stored flat, come in multiple colors, and are the perfect size.
My personal favorite addition to this years basket! This toothbrush is a gaming brush that is LOADED with interactive games, music, & sounds for a guaranteed FUN brush experience – while effortlessly teaching your kids how to brush RIGHT. It’s also ADA-approved! I got Charli the Elmo brush, but there are also Baby Shark and Game-Themed options.
What toddler doesn’t love bubbles? Charli is obsessed with them! Even better, they can help strengthen muscles and develop gross motor skills. This set comes in a pack of 6 of multi-colored wands.
Similar to bubbles, putty is great for developing gross motor skills and encouraging creativity. And my favorite part? It’s so much less MESSY than slime! This one even comes scented!
Okay, I’m not a TOTAL Grinch. I do have to include some sweets! For Charli, it’s Peeps and Reese’s Pieces all day long.
All items are linked. You can click the collage above or the items listed above to shop any item specifically.