This year’s Easter baskets I kept more simple.
I’ve had to use some stickers and treats sooner with during “social distancing.”
I’ve also given the kiddos their Easter pajamas early. These Anna dresses I spotted at Walmart over a month ago for only $3 from $16.00 a piece.Harry’s pj’s were $3.00 as well but they were originally $12.88.The Easter baskets that the kiddos have are from Target two years ago.[Most] everything is from last year’s Easter clearance from Walmart. This year, I did snag the little Easter books from Walmart. The Trolls socks and Easter stickers are from Target.
Specifically, In my four year old’s basket:
- Doddle Kit
- Bunny Bath Bomb
- Bunny Bath Sponge
- Color Your Own Puzzle
- Trolls Socks
- Easter Stickers
In everyone’s basket:
- Bunny Pens
- Coloring Pad
- Coloring Pad
- Bunny Gummies
- Unicorn Ears (Girls) so I didn’t go to crazy on their baskets.
The twins still don’t “understand” what is going on during holidays yet, so I didn’t go to crazy on their baskets. But I’ll tell you, the one thing that they will pay most attention to in this baskets are the gummies. #toddlerlife 😉
I don’t typically do a “big” gift for the kiddos, but Pat and I decided to get them some dolls as well. My mom also got the kiddos some Easter pajamas from Old Navy. Thanks mom. ❤
There you have it!
My kiddos Easter baskets for this year. Again the baskets themselves I kept more simple and just opted to go with a “big” toy gift for this year.
Hope everyone has a wonderful and safe Easter. 🙂