You may have read my post a couple of days ago about edible Easter treats for the whole family. I’m very mindful about how many Easter eggs Erin gets for Easter and how much sugar she is allowed in one go. It is easy to over indulge children at this time of year but there are plenty of other things you can do as a gift instead of a chocolate egg. So, here are some ideas for alternative Easter gifts for children.
I LOVE getting new clothes for Erin and she also seems to get quite excited about it, especially when the clothes are something she really likes. A great alternative to an Easter egg is some new clothes for children and the Laila t-shirt from Chipmunks is absolutely perfect. It comes in sizes from 12 months to 5 years and costs £18. Erin loves to hop around like a bunny so she’s going to be so excited about wearing this!
To match the t-shirt, Chimpmunks also have the most adorable Katie bunny slippers which cost £16. I really love how both the t-shirt and slippers have the same bunny just in different colours. This is really the perfect pairing and not only for Easter!
Although we have been having some quite strange weather over the past month I think Easter marks the real start of Spring. Easter generally means at least a bit of sun and some nice weather so it’s the perfect time to get out in the garden. Great Little Garden have a great starter kit for children with the Gruffalo Garden Toolbag (£16.99). Getting out and having fun with the kids is a great way to spend the Easter weekend!
Who doesn’t think of Easter and also think of the Easter bunny? The Jellycat Bashful Bunny (£9.99) from Find Me A Gift would make the perfect Easter gift for young children or even for their very first Easter. Bob, as I have named this one is super sweet and super fluffy and Erin loves giving him a cuddle!
We are very lucky to have a garden and quite a large one at that. However, some people don’t have gardens, especially those living in flats! The My Fairy Garden from Find Me A Gift is a great alternative to other gifts to use in the garden this Easter. This one is also pretty magical and something that can be played with over and over again.
Staying with the bunny theme, these Snuggly Rascals headphones for kids are absolutely adorable. Prices start at £14.99 and there are loads of different designs available if your child isn’t into rabbits. These headphones are perfect for children as the headband is super soft and covers the ears completely. The sound is also limited to 85 decibels so they’re safe as well!
What kind of gifts do you tend to give your children at Easter? Let me know in the comments!
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