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I can’t believe Easter is upon us again! Once January is over time really does fly. The gremlin constantly asks me how long it will be until Easter, as she loves the egg hunts, the chocolate and some little presents too.
As a child we always had an Easter gift, as well as eggs and I definitely don’t go mad on the kids but I do like to get them something else to open.
Now I have three children to contend with, I thought a would share a few ideas that would suit all their ages of newborn up to 5.
1) Fuzzikins Bedtime Bunnies
The girls both love anything bunny related and of course perfect for Easter. Fuzzikins Bedtime Bunnies I knew would keep them busy! They RRP at £9.99 and aimed at ages 4 and over, more suited for my gremlin.
You colour in the bunnies with fun Easter designs and can wash them, ready to colour them in again! Then make their personalised sleeping bag and tuck them in for a cosy nap.
Fuzzikins Bedtime Bunnies contains one large, one medium and one small bunny figures, 3 x washable felt pens, 3 x felt beds, felt accessories, assembly tool and full instructions. I knew my creative gremlin would love these.
2) Doidy Weaning Equipment
Although my little guy is only a month old, it is never too early to get prepared for him. We used the Doidy cup with both the girls and makes sense to use for the little guy too!
Doidy is renowned for the open, Doidy weaning cup that was designed for good oral health and jaw development. There is now the new Doidy bowl. It has the the unique signature slanted design and a suction pad base to help babies and infants learn to feed themselves. Aimed at ages 6 month and older, the slanted high lip on one side allows infants to scoop the food up and load more easily onto a spoon, making it perfect for finger foods, purees or soups.
I will be looking forward to trying these products with my little guy, when he is older.
3) Milly and Flynn Beatrix Potter Matching Pairs
Little Piglet not only loves Peter Rabbit, she is starting to play more games and grow up, which is scary! She is almost 3 now. I knew she would love to try one of my favourite games as a child, snap or matching pairs.
This set of Milly and Flynn Beatrix Potter Matching Pairs, I knew would be perfect. This set has 36 cards featuring Peter Rabbit and his friends. The player with the most pairs wins at the end. It is aimed at children aged 2 years and over and they can be purchased at JoJo Mama Bebe.
They retail at £6.
4) Great Ormond Street Peter Rabbit
Little Piglet loves Peter Rabbit and we were delighted to include this beautiful plush from Enesco. He retails at £12.00.
This soft toy has been specially designed in recognition of the incredible work that takes place at Great Ormond Street Hospital. The fabric on Peter’s paws and ears features original artwork created by young patients at GOSH during a workshop run by the hospital’s arts programme GOSH Arts.
Peter’s blue jacket represents the colours of the nurses’ uniforms at GOSH and the iconic Charity logo is embroidered onto his jacket pocket.
What is fab is Enesco donate £0.80 for every Small Peter Rabbit Soft Toy sold to GOSH.
5) Bobux’s bunny Soft Sole Shoes
We are definitely keeping with a bunny theme here with these beautiful Bobux Bunny soft sole shoes, available in both lilac and gold. These RRP at £22.
These shoes are made from soft leather and adorned with a floppy-eared Bunny. A flexible, non-slip suede sole lets little ones hop around freely and safely.
More details about the shoes from online are:
- 100% leather upper.
- Non-slip suede sole draws out moisture and provides natural grip.
- Super flexible, allowing growing feet to move naturally.
- Rabbit appliqué engages young minds.
- Elasticated ankle ensures a secure fit.
They are truly beautiful and sizing ranges from newborn to age 2 years old.
7) Easter Teether from Mummy’s Bubble
Back to thinking about my little guy now! Although I’m hoping teething isn’t coming for a little while yet, you can never be too prepared.
This lovely Bunny Teether from Mummy’s Bubble retails at £6. It can easily be attached to dummy clips. The material is eye catching and is soft cotton on one side and AntiPil Polar Fleece on the other. This is designed to encourage the use of senses.
Details from online include:
- The Wooden rings are of high quality, natural and colour free
- Helps to develop hand to eye co-ordination and is easy to grip by little hands
- Teether can be wiped down when in need of cleaning
- The size of the teether in length is approx 22cm
These teethers are so cute and perfect for little hands and mouths!
8) Games from Jumbo Games
I didn’t think the gremlin was really into her jigsaws and games but I have recently sat and watched her do some with her grandparents and thought, maybe the time to get more?
Also if there is bad weather over the Easter break, will give her something to do!!
The gremlin was sent two fun games that she can actually play with her sister. One is a colour matching games called Colour Chameleon and a memory game called Peek a Boo. Both can be found on Amazon for £12 and are aimed at children aged 3 and over.
9) Gioteck TX-30 Xbox One, PS4, Switch, PC Headset in Pink
The gremlin is starting to love her music and sits with her tablet when she is chilling. Headphones are perfect for her for both situations (and keeps things a little quieter for us!!).
The Gioteck TX-30 Xbox One, PS4, Switch, PC Headset in Pink are a great option for her and perfect for any older children who enjoy playing games.
Retailing at £24.99 and available in Argos.
Details from online include:
The new TX-30 offers robust design. Real steel and Polypropylene produces a light, flexible and comfortable headband. Cushioned with alacantra and presenting clear, high quality digital game sound. Minimum Feedback technology brings Lucid Chat Audio without interference or echo, with discreetly located inline mic, alongside volume and instant push pull mute control.
I think there are some really good Easter gift ideas here on this guide and definitely some good ones if you are trying to avoid chocolate and think of some fun things to do over the Easter break!
Have a lovely one!!