I always like putting Easter gift guides together. Rather than chocolate eggs, when I was young I received more practical gifts for Easter from my Mum and Dad. Often I’d get a book or toy instead. I think I received so many chocolate eggs from other family members that my parents thought it best to get me something else! So I’ve made sure my Easter gift guide for little ones contains a variety of present ideas for different age groups. Of course I couldn’t resist suggesting a couple of fun Easter eggs, but I’ve also included an activity book for older children and cute baby bunny booties for babies, amongst other items. I hope it will give you some ideas as to what to get the little ones in your life this Easter.
We’re Going On An Egg Hunt Activity Book – This activity book is bursting with colouring, puzzles, games and over 100 stickers.
Baby Crochet Bunny Booties – These tiny crochet booties are just the sweetest thing! With their knitted bunny face and fluffy tail, they’re pretty much perfect.
M&S Percy and Penny Chocolate Easter Gift – Hollow white chocolate with raspberry Percy Pig and hollow white chocolate Penny Pig with a bag of Percy Piglet sweets!
M&S Trolls Poppy Chocolate Easter Gift – The Trolls are everywhere at the minute so if you know a Trolls-mad kid, then this is the Easter egg gift for them.
Belle’s Basket Wall Sticker – Many of you know that I’ve become a big Belle and Boo enthusiast since having Rose. I have three art prints, a money box and bowl and mug set. I’d love a wall sticker for her room next and this Easter themed one is just delightful!
Wooden Oak Bunny Ears Egg Cup – A perfect Easter gift, super cute, practical and memorable. This is a lovely gift which can be enjoyed all year round.
Tomy Play To Learn Hide n Squeak Eggs – Suitable for children aged six months and over, this is a shape sorting game matching egg bases to the right shaped hole in the box. I think Rose would have fun with these eggs…so definitely an Easter gift contender for her.