So Easter is not long now! I thought I would come up with a baby’s First Easter Gift guide. No matter if you’re looking for gifts for a family member or your children; these will all suit the special occasion.
I have came across a website I always used to use called Catch Of The Day. This Australian site has everything you can think of. They constantly are having big sales on popular products. From groceries to shoes to baby products; Catch Of The Day has it all. I hope you like the little list i put together. By the way you may notice the links are going to a website called Wantfeed. This is my new favourite social media site where you place all the items you want in your lists for you and other people to see. I find this super handy for gift guides. Anyway this is my first gift guide, let’s see how i go…
Join the mischievous Peter Rabbit and friends on their adventures around Mr. McGregor’s garden in Beatrix Potter’s best-selling collection. Beautifully illustrated and packaged in a slipcase for safekeeping, these classic tales are the perfect way to introduce your little one to the wonderful world of reading.
Soothe your baby’s sore gums with this unique teething toy. Sophie The Giraffe soothes gums through different stages of teething and her long legs are perfect for sore molars. Featuring visually stimulating spots and an adorable squeak, it makes Sophie a fun toy to play with all the time. Beautifully packaged, Sophie is a popular gift for baby showers too!
Your little one will love interacting with My Monkey Band from Vtech! This super fun animal band music player features over 40 songs, melodies, sounds & phrases, and encourages them to engage with instruments, animals, sing-along-songs and to use their fine motor skills.
Delight your little bundle of joy with this shape sorting case! Designed for tactile fun, this playtime essential introduces bub to colour, texture, shape and sound, encouraging them to match different numbers and shapes to the corresponding hole.
Add this adorable Lydia Ladybird Clock to your child’s room, with a cute little legs that flail around, it will bring the room to life.
This fully lined, 100% cotton hat features an all over print with frill trim and drawstring tie. Perfect for keeping cool and protected from the sun, this summer must-have is perfect for the beach, picnics and playdates!
Make bath time a splash with this overflowing pack of fun from Playgro! The Bath Play Pack contains three plastic boats, a rubber duck, a rubber octopus, a rubber turtle and a squeaky foam book, ensuring your child an endless supply of fun in the tub. Boasting colourful, playful designs, the Bath Play Pack is a great gift idea.
Keep your kids’ clothes, accessories and other bits and bobs organised and off the floor with this handy wall rack. With built-in fixtures for easy hanging, the minimalist design will tie in seamlessly with the rest of your decor.
Go shopping with the Ring & Learn Cash Register by VTech! Your little shopper will love filling their basket with healthy play food and pretending to buy them with the interactive toy cash register. Weigh the food, ring up the order and use the credit card to pay for the groceries. Each interaction is rewarded with a variety of playful phrases, fun sounds, songs & music. Pressing the light-up number buttons introduces your child to numbers, colours, food and healthy-eating phrases.
This adorable musical mobile features fruity characters, modern patterns and a canopy to brighten up your nursery. It also plays a lullaby to soothe your baby to sleep, encouraging visual, auditory and motor development.
Our daughter’s first Easter was when she was only a month old, so we didn’t do much. She couldn’t pig out on chocolate with us or do an easter egg hunt, she basically just slept all day. Yesterday I wrote up a blog post about how we are preparing for Easter this year now she’s bit older and what our plans are for the day! Here are some pics i found from Easter 2016.