The little man doesn’t really eat chocolate or sweets so it’d be silly to buy him Easter eggs as an Easter gift. Rather than the traditional chocolate gifts I’ve been scouring the Internet for inspiration for Easter gifts for children that aren’t as unhealthy or sugar loaded as Easter eggs.
I love the Lego Easter bunny, he’s cute and would make a great gift idea for a child of any age. Who doesn’t love Lego?!
I think the egg holder set from Tum Tum Tots is fab. I love matching cutlery and plates for children, and I feel a little bad that the little man is still using a plate covered in Christmas pictures. It has the added advantage for a none slip base which is ideal for rather excitable little people.
The Tomy Hide ‘N’ Squeak Eggs are a great developmental toys which just happen to look Easter related.
How cute is the yellow duck towel? I’ve actually ordered this from Asda. I love the bright colours and think it will be a lovely addition to bath time.
The rabbit night light is a purse friendly gift for children. I love it. I’m going to buy one of these for my friends daughters bedroom as it’s her birthday soon.
I loved Peter Rabbit when I was a child myself, infact I love all of the Beatrix Potter books. It’s lovely that they’ve made a return for my sons generation too. The Peter Rabbit plush toy would be great for either a boy or girl.
I love the Love2read books, they’re a great way of printing of your family photographs and celebrating special moments.
Are you all sorted for Easter?