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16 Adorable Easter Basket Ideas for Babies for 2020

These Easter basket ideas for babies are as cute as they are useful! 

What do you put in a baby’s Easter basket?

I remember every holiday with our first baby was so exciting, but some holidays prove to be more challenging than others! The traditional Easter basket filled with candy and toys doesn’t work with babies so you need to be a little creative.  These ideas will work whether you are a parent or a grandparent trying to think of what to gift your grandchild for Easter. 

Here are some sweet Easter Basket Ideas for Babies for 2020 that are useful, adorable, and include baby in the Easter fun. 

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Easter basket stuffers for babies: Useful baby gifts

Bunny pacifier holder for baby Easter basket

This adorable bunny pacifier holder would be so sweet in an easter basket for a baby. 

Carrot teether Easter basket ideas for baby 2020

Equally as cute (and useful!) this baby carrot teether

Blue and Green Baby Chick bibs for baby Easter basket

Baby chick bib These plastic bibs keep baby clean and have a sweet little Easter chick on them!

Easter Basket Ideas for Babies: Toys
Musical Shaky Eggs gift for baby for Easter

Musical Egg Shaker Trio  This 3-pack of shaky eggs are perfect for babies as soon as they are able to grasp. They are soft and make a satisfying rattle sound.

Bunny Stuffed animal for baby

Bunny Stuffed animal  This adorable bunny stuffed animal is super soft for baby to squeeze!

Ball toy for baby gift

Baby Ball My babies always loved these balls. They are easy to grab and delightful to gum.

Hape rotating music box for baby Easter Basket

Babies love music, this rotating music box looks perfect for a baby’s easter basket! 

Teething necklace for baby gift

Baby Teething Necklace (for mom to wear) Mom can wear this with her Easter finery and keep the teething baby entertained

Easter Basket Ideas for Babies: Treats

What can you put in Easter baskets besides candy?

If your baby has older siblings there is a natural tendency to want to put some food or treats in there as well! Just choose baby food with an Easter/spring twist!

Alternative to candy for baby Easter basket
Peter Rabbit Organics baby food pouches Organic baby food with peter rabbit on the front 

Sweet Potato and Carrot Puffs These dissolve and are great first foods for babies that are crawling on their own.

Mango Banana Carrot Teethers These are messy but babies love to gum these things!

Butterfly Snack Cup  This snack cup will help keep baby’s snacks in one place and is so adorable! It also comes in Bumblebee. This spring-y snack cup would be a perfect addition to baby’s Easter basket. 

Easter Books for Baby’s Easter Basket

Baby Touch and Feel Bunny Book for baby

Baby Touch and Feel Board Book My babies always loved the touch and feel board books. Since touch is such a big part of learning at this age your baby will enjoy this easter book! 

The Itsy Bitsy Bunny Easter book for babies
The Itsy Bitsy Bunny Based on the Itsy Bitsy Spider song, this is an adorable book for baby and they will love to hear you sing!

Special containers for baby’s Easter Basket


Rope Basket I’m always a fan of buying Easter baskets that can be reused. This rope basket could double as a toy or book holder in baby’s room and comes in blue, pink or gray!


 Personalized Soft Easter Basket I love these adorable personalized baskets! Soft and perfect to keep using as your baby gets older. 
 
I hope these Easter Basket Ideas for Babies help inspire you for baby’s first Easter basket!
If you are looking for other Easter ideas, check out these Book Inspired Easter Baskets
 
Happy Easter Gifting (and enjoy every minute with your baby!)
Steph
16 adorable easter basket ideas for baby

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