Spring will soon be in the air. Easteris just about one month away. Yikes. I decided this year we will have less candy and more non-candy items in A’s Easter basket. A more unconventional Easter basket.
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Easter Grass is a must have when it comes to setting up for an Easter basket. We always end up getting way too much.
Movies and holidays what else do kids ask for. Really!! We went to go see Lego Ninjago when it was in theatres and A loved it as well as me and my husband. It was literally the funniest action packed movie.
Books are A’s favorite. We literally purchase 1 per month as well hit up our local library. He also loves Peppa Pig so this Easter book is perfect. Plus its paperback so you can bend it when placing it into the boots.
We’ll only be adding a few pieces of candy. Since Reese’s are a favorite in our household getting a bag of these for his Easter basket is perfect. You can obviously purchase whatever kind. I also love Whopper Robin Eggs.
What toddler doesn’t love bubbles? Plus these are under $1.
Easter eggs are always the highlight Easter day. I love this because you have somewhere to actually store the eggs. If you want to go cheaper then I suggest grabbing THESE ones. They are from the same brand.
Hope these helped if you’re looking to use other than an Easter Basket and less or no candy. You can also swap the Resse’s with some other types of snacks if your littles are under 4 years.