One of the best parts of being a parent is being able to experience the holidays through your child’s eyes. But that doesn’t mean the time leading up to the holidays is a walk in the park, especially when it comes to getting gifts and creating the magic. Moms are the center of it all! With Easter right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking and putting together Easter baskets.
No matter what your view on Easter is, with all of the budding flowers, pastels, baby animals, and sweet treats, it’s hard to deny there’s not something special about celebrating the holiday with your kids. Sometimes it can be hard to figure out what to put in baskets for little boys, so I wanted to help give you a little inspiration! I’ve rounded up some great options below, plus I’m sharing what I’m putting in the boy’s Easter baskets this year.
The Best Easter Basket Ideas for Little Boys
Jesus Rose for Me
A beautifully illustrated board book beginning with Palm Sunday and ending with Easter, when Jesus rose for us. Throughout the book, kids will learn that Jesus Christ is our king and that everyone who trusts him is part of his forever family.
Hungry Otter Rattle
Ideal for babies over three months, this rattle is the perfect item to include in baby’s first Easter basket. It features four sensory discoveries to engage baby’s sight, hearing, and touch senses.
Lisa Town Bergren
God Gave Us Easter
Follow Little Cub as she celebrates Easter with her Papa, Mama, brother, and sister and starts asking questions about this special day of the year. Little Cub learns about God’s plans for her and her siblings, and how Easter came about.
This Easter-themed teether is the perfect size for little hands and has built-in handles and textures to help with developmental growth. The teether will also help soothe tender gums and helps baby learn about taste, temperature, and texture.
The Best Easter Baskets
When it comes to Easter baskets, I always utilize baskets that can have a second purpose after the holiday. This year, I picked up these baskets for both of the boys from Target! They’re affordable and they’ll be great for books and toys in the boy’s rooms and in our living space after Easter.