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Easter basket for a 15 month old..... Mommy to a perfect boy 1 child; Florida 3383 posts
2nd Apr '10

So my son and I are going to Orlando for the weekend to spend Easter with my best friend and her little girl. So excited :) Well last year my LO was too young to do anything but this year he's going to an Easter Egg hunt and everything :D So I got him an Easter basket but what should I put in it? I got him a stuffed bunny and some of those plastic eggs and I want to put something in it other than candy that he can't eat.

Anyone doing this for a baby this age? What are you putting in their basket? I was thinking raisins in the pastic eggs cause he loves them. :) Lets share ideas!

MamaTiffy[38-weeks] Due August 2 (girl); 2 kids; Sunnyvale, CA, United States 8737 posts
2nd Apr '10

Little toy cars, play-doh, sidewalk chalk, toy dinosaurs, goldfish crackers



Hopefully I was of some help :)

Thread Killa 3 kids; Ocala, Florida 9751 posts
2nd Apr '10

I got little frisbees from the dollar store for his basket. I also got a couple bigger toys like a ball that won't fit in his basket. I also think I am going to get him a coloring book since he likes to color. I didn't know what else to do.

mrs_djf 2 kids; Grand Haven, Michigan 8709 posts
2nd Apr '10
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TheNuge 1 child; Pennsylvania 23056 posts
2nd Apr '10

Mini=marshmellows - but you still have to watch him when he eats them as it's better than many candies but still a choking hazzard.

user banned 3 kids; Sterling, Illinois 3767 posts
2nd Apr '10
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mrs_djf 2 kids; Grand Haven, Michigan 8709 posts
2nd Apr '10
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Mommy to a perfect boy 1 child; Florida 3383 posts
2nd Apr '10

Great ideas ladies! Thanks :)

Aido'sMama Florida 9765 posts
2nd Apr '10

Last year Aiden was around 6 months old on Easter and we bought him this really cute basket that looked like a monkey and in it we put some binkies, a little rattle toy thingy, a teether, a new Easter outfit (to wear to dinner that night), some plastic eggs (empty, just to play with), a few small books and a Baby Einstein's DVD.



He still plays with the basket to this day, he loves that thing lol. It came out looking really cute too. And only ended up costing us like $20, aside from the DVD which was actually a gift from my dad.



This year he's really into cars so we're going to get him a few little ones, another outfit and a DVD with some more plastic eggs. Not sure if we're going to put anything in them or not.

Dr. Angelface 2 kids; California 8236 posts
2nd Apr '10

egg shaped chalk, two elmo books, an elmo phone, a stuffed bunny and a couple of toys. :)

poetiksoul1979 USA 1 posts
15th Apr '11

my son was 3 months old for his first Easter and I made him a basket with teething toys, rattles and some dvds. This yr he is 15 months old and I got him some plastic eggs, a Yo Gabba Gabba book and some cars. Fisher Price has some cute Easter little People sets at Target. I gave him his first jellybean today and he liked it. I may put some gerber puffs in his basket too.