This Easter Sunday will be the twins’ first real holiday (Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day don’t count). Now that I have little ones, I’m excited to carry on my childhood traditions like Easter egg hunts, going to see the Easter Bunny at the mall, and of course Easter baskets!
But what exactly do you put in an infant’s Easter basket?
First, I found the perfect baskets with matching filler grass at Kroger. From day one we designated Scotlynn as the purple girl and pink for Skylar, so I was ecstatic when I came across these.
Next I bought Philips Avent transition cups. They come with a soft silicone spout as well as a fast flow soft silicone nipple. Hubby and I can’t wait for them to be able to hold their own bottles (when they’re both hungry, it can be very chaotic). They’re juuussstt starting to get a grip on things (like mommy’s hair), so hopefully it won’t be too much longer.
Then I bought the next age group of their favorite Tommee Tippee pacifiers and bottle nipples as well as a couple of books.
Last but not least, they each get a new summer outfit. So far they’re staying true to their size, so these should start to fit them come June or July.
And there you have it! It doesn’t look like much, but obviously babies have no clue what’s going on.
What items are you putting in your baby’s Easter basket? I’d love to hear in the comments!