Easter Basket Ideas

How’s everyone’s Wednesday going?! Well, here in South Dakota we woke up to snow once again covering everything and most roads are no travel advised. Yuck! I’m glad we enjoyed the couple nice days we had while they lasted. The only good thing about this snow is … it won’t stay long it is almost the middle of April so warm weather is just around the corner!

Other than the month of July {birthday month!!} and probably December {Christmas} I think April is one of my favorites! It’s Easter time and Spring is usually here! After months of cold and snow, April is a breath of fresh air. This week on Instagram I have been sharing everything Easter with all of you and I wanted to share the kid’s Easter baskets with you today! Since I haven’t shared with you before here’s a look back on what I previously did for Briggs!

Now for this year I got to add another basket filled with all the girly stuff! I knew I needed the same basket and liner for Lennon as I did with Briggs but unfortunately Pottery Barn didn’t make the Sabrina basket collapsible like his but we went with it. There’s good things and bad things about it not being collapsible but I haven’t decided which one I like better quite yet. The “stationary” handle looks so a lot better and it stays up but you do need the space to store it when you aren’t using it.

Briggs’s 2019 Easter Basket

Basket Pottery Barn Natural Sabrina in small
Plaid Liner: Pottery Barn
Cuddle + Kind Noah
Little Joe Chickapig Book Target
Breakfast Pajamas Little Sleepies – these are so soft I can’t wait to buy more.
If you have followed me for a little bit you will know I love matching brother and sister items and Lennon has the exact pair just in pink! I can’t wait for them to wear them!

Not Pictured for his basket is a new subscription to his Tadpole Crate from Kiwi Co! He has loved getting his project box once a month in the mail! If you are looking for a learning experience for your children instead of toys, I highly recommend checking out Kiwi Crates by Kiwi Co they have different boxes for every age, from babies all the way up to teenagers and adults. They send you everything you need in the box so no extra craft items laying around and it follows the STEM learning method. If you don’t know what that is it’s based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in an applied approach. You can
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Lennon’s 1st Easter 2019


This basket was so fun for me to put together. I’m so happy to have had a baby girl but don’t get me wrong I love my son just as much but there’s only so much sports and tractors I can handle.
Basket Pottery Barn White Sabrina in small.
Liner Pottery Barn Long Eared Fur Bunny in Pink
the pink is no longer available but I have linked the Taupe color!
Cuddle + Kind Mia in confetti
Pink Breakfast pajamas Little Sleepies
* I did get the romper/sleeper for Lennon and the 2 piece for Briggs.
Pink Fleece Booties Zutano
Bows Little Ella Rae
*** Use Code ELLARAEFRIENDS for 15% off! ***
Ryan and Rose Cutie Clips and Cutie Tags
Lennon will also be getting the Cutie Tensil in Punch!

** I love the Cutie Tensils they are so awesome! If you haven’t heard of them its a spoon on one side and a fork/grabber on the other for when they are first learning how to use utensils!

I chose to get the kids one bigger gift and I knew I wanted it to be a Cuddle + Kind doll. For every doll sold they give 10 meals to kids in need. I love buying from companies that give back. I was originally just planning on getting Lennon one but I decided to get a matching one for Briggs … see there I go matching again … but I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to buy the limited release of Noah to match Mia and get 2 free prints and feed 30 children in the mean time!

I do plan on adding a couple treats to their baskets and maybe some Play Doh or chalk for Briggs but I try to keep their baskets simple with stuff they will use for Spring/Summer or items they need and not so much toys.

Do you like to put your children’s baskets together or do you buy the ones already put together at the store?

Thanks for following along and I hope you find some Easter ideas for your little ones if you are still looking.
Much love,

Ashley


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