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Thursday, March 23, 2017

Mamas & Minis Collective - Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child

Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child by Laura from Walking in Memphis in High Heels
On Me:  Jeans // Top // Hoodie c/o // Watch c/o // Necklace c/o // Ring c/o
On Leighton:  Dress c/o // Bow c/o // Shoes c/o

As you all know, Leighton can't have sugar because of her teeth defect.  So, I'm always looking for different ideas for holidays.  Until I had Leighton and then we found out about her missing some of the enamel on her teeth, I honestly didn't notice how many holidays were geared towards candy and chocolate, but they really are!  So...in an effort to try to keep the sugar away, I wanted to share today some great non-candy Easter basket ideas.  And I have plenty!  

Warning - don't be like me and go WAY overboard spending way more on non-candy things than you would have bought if you were just buying chocolate and candy hahaha!  You know how it is though, you cannot get out of Target without buying almost the entire store, and that's basically what happened when I went shopping for LC.  It was so much fun picking out stuff for her Easter basket though.  We only ended up putting one food item in her basket - these Annie's Cheddar Bunnies.  She loves these, and I thought they were too perfect for Easter.  A couple of my other favorite easter basket ideas is a candy scented little clutch from Moonlit Lullaby and this little personalized book by state.  I was also SO happy to finally find some Easter egg decorating kits that represented the true meaning of Easter.  This little decorating kit will be so much fun to play with on Easter day, and it is says He is Risen. 

Make sure you also check out Lipgloss and Crayons who is sharing a cute roundup of Easter bonnets, Sandy a la Mode who is sharing 9 things to fill your toddler's Easter basket with and Chasing Davies who is sharing some adorable Easter shirts.  Have you started to shop for your little one's Easter basket yet?  Let me know some of your other favorite non-candy Easter basket ideas!  xo.

Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child by Laura from Walking in Memphis in High HeelsNon-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child by Laura from Walking in Memphis in High Heels
Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child by Laura from Walking in Memphis in High HeelsNon-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child by Laura from Walking in Memphis in High Heels
Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child by Laura from Walking in Memphis in High Heels
Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child by Laura from Walking in Memphis in High Heels
Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child by Laura from Walking in Memphis in High Heels
Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child by Laura from Walking in Memphis in High Heels
Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child by Laura from Walking in Memphis in High Heels
Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child by Laura from Walking in Memphis in High Heels
Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child by Laura from Walking in Memphis in High Heels
Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child by Laura from Walking in Memphis in High HeelsNon-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child by Laura from Walking in Memphis in High Heels
Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child by Laura from Walking in Memphis in High Heels
Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child by Laura from Walking in Memphis in High Heels
Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Your Child by Laura from Walking in Memphis in High Heels

16 comments:

  1. This is such a fun idea! My Easter baskets as a kid always contained fun things as well (though usually a chocolate bunny too). So much better than just a basket full of sweets!

    Annessa
    www.seekingsunshine.com

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  2. Her room is so cute and that easter basket is full of fun things!
    xo Jessica
    www.whatsfordinneresq.com

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  3. I love your ideas for Easter baskets! So many fun items! xo, Nataly

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  4. I love these ideas!! Staying away from all that sugar is better for kids either way!! I love those little bunny ears :)

    Maggie
    www.polishedclosets.com

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  5. I love this idea- and way healthier than a basket full of chocolate, haha. :)

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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  6. These are such cute ideas! You're such an amazing mom.

    http://asequinloveaffair.com

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  7. I actually love the cheddar bunnies for myself!

    xo, Lauryn
    www.lauryncakes.com

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  8. I bet the no candy thing does make it difficult. You are so creative. These are such fun ideas! It makes me so excited for future Easters with Ivy!

    Amy Ann
    Straight A Style

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  9. This is the cutest Easter basket filled with goodies! So many great ideas for swapping out candy!

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  10. These are great ideas!! I just love her personalized easter basket too! xo

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  11. Glad you were able to find some healthy snacks for her!!

    xx Leah / www.eatpraywearlove.com

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  12. It's really cool how you were able to think up so many awesome ideas that don't involve sugary sweets! I know that even for kids who don't have the same struggles as her, parents often look for healthier options or things that aren't even food-related at all, so this basket is fantastic and so creative!

    Stephanie // SheSawStyle.com

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  13. These are such great ideas! Passing this along to my mommy friends!

    -Tristan
    www.thepolishedposy.com

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  14. What beautiful pictures showing the charm of playing with your daughter. I also love having my four children around me, playing, doing activities, teaching ... Congratulations to the beautiful family, my dear. May the good Lord continue to bless you richly.

    Aline Brodbeck
    www.blogfemina.com | My Instagram profile

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  15. So cute! My mom always gave me a stuffed bunny every year.
    www.kayleighskloset.com

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