What can I put in my 10 month old Easter basket?

Answered by John Hunt

When it comes to filling an Easter basket for a 10-month-old, there are plenty of options that are both safe and enjoyable. Here are some ideas to consider:

1. Baby Paper: This simple toy is made of crinkly material that babies love to touch and explore. It’s safe for them to put in their mouths and provides sensory stimulation.

2. Baby Shoes: Adorable and practical, a pair of soft-soled shoes can be a great addition to an Easter basket. Look for ones that are easy to put on and take off, and made from breathable materials.

3. Baby Footprint Craft: Include a kit for creating a special keepsake with your baby’s footprints. This can be a fun activity to do together and makes for a sentimental gift.

4. Sippy Cup: As your baby starts to transition to using a cup, a sippy cup with cute Easter-themed designs can be a useful and festive addition to their basket.

5. Bunny Baby: A stuffed bunny is a classic Easter gift. Look for a soft, plush bunny that is safe for babies, with no small parts that could be a choking hazard.

6. Carrot Teether: Teething babies will appreciate a soothing teether in the shape of a carrot. Look for one made from safe, BPA-free materials that can be chilled for extra relief.

7. Rainbow Lovey: A soft blanket or lovey with a rainbow design can be comforting for your baby and make a cute addition to their Easter basket.

8. Soft Blocks: Soft, stackable blocks are a great toy for developing fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Look for blocks with bright colors and different textures for added sensory stimulation.

Remember to always consider your baby’s safety when choosing items for their Easter basket. Avoid small parts that could be a choking hazard and make sure all items are age-appropriate. Enjoy celebrating your baby’s first Easter!