Easter is the only time of the year when it’s perfectly safe to put all your eggs in one basket.
With the addition of Easton to our family, holidays feel a little more special. I know it will be awhile until he can remember celebrating, but that’s not going to stop me from going all out. Plus, it gives me an excuse to go shopping for things for
me the baby. I love me some Dr. Seuss, so I knew I wanted to add a book to our collection. We already have Green Eggs and Ham, and using that as a theme for E’s basket would have been a little too obvious for Easter, so instead I picked up the Fox in Socks book. After scoring an adorable, super cheap Fox Basket at Target (I think it was $2.50), the plan was hatched for a…
While shopping, I got a pair of socks (that complete a dapper romper look from Uptown Kids), some aviators that the Beetles would totally rock, gooey goo for chewing (AKA chocolate for mom…which later makes a chocolate milkshake for baby), and some dish soap for washing bottles (which are typically for breast milk, but you could totally put a fox and some beetles in there). Unfortunately, the finger puppets could not be tied to the book. I just thought they were cute.
1. Little Fox Easter Basket, 2. Circo Aviator Sunglasses, 3. Dr. Seuss’s Fox in Socks, 4. Easter Finger Puppet Set, 5. Petit Lem Romper and Socks Set, 6. Cadbury Mini Eggs, 7. Reese’s Peanut Butter Egg, 8. Mrs. Meyer’s Liquid Dish Soap
I’m so excited to spend this weekend with my Little Easter Bunny!
What are you hoping for in your Easter Basket?