If you don't want to fill your little's Easter baskets with candy, there are plenty of cute andcreative toys out there.
We've rounded up our best non-candy ideas for all the little bunnies in your life this Easter. Nowhop to it!
Made from GOTS certified organic cotton and hand-screen printed in LA this long sleeve one-piece isperfect for your freshly hatched babe.
The vintage-inspired bubble rompers from Little English are theexactoutfit that Easter festivities call for.
Featuring buttery soft and breathable premium organic bamboo fabrics, this pixie bonnet isincredibly soft with the perfect amount of stretch. Not to mention the material isthermo-regulating, meaning it will keep your baby's head warm in cool weather and shaded from thehot sun in the summer.
The classic bunny stuffie gets a modern update with a tiny (and safe!) mask—a reminder of thecomfort and care we take to stay protected and protect others with our actions.
With their soft, fuzzy texture and easy-to-grab designs, this rattle + lovey set is certain to beadored by the littlest loves.
Warmer weather really is on the way! Get your little fish geared up and ready with the fanciestswim goggles around. And since they also offer UV protection, they can pull double duty assunglasses.
The unique Pop pacifiers from Doddle & Co are made to pop back into their protective caseswhen they tumble to the ground—which means peace of mind for you, mama. And, their adorablepastel palate is right at home among the Easter grass.
Made from super soft fur and velour, this seasonally appropriate (and year-round adorable) bunnyplay mat from Bunnies by the Bay features Little Bao Bear and Blossom rattles that attach to threedifferent loops. The top handle makes travel easy—perfect for the toddler who's going to wantto bring this cuddly pal everywhere.
An engaging and fun way to introduce little ones to mindfulness, these colorful cards teachpowerful ways to breathe and move while connecting with themselves and the world aroundthem—skills that help calm, reduce tantrums and deepen bonds.
Cuddle + Kind's lovely knit stuffies feel good in all the ways—they're soft, snugglyand forevery doll sold, 10 meals are donated to people in need.
Pro tip: Until they're old enough to get it, things like bibs and dishware totally count as Easterbasket fodder. And when they're this good-looking, it's a no-brainer. The brilliant silicone matfrom Ezpz makes mealtime less messy since it sticks directly to their tray or table while theBapron bib is up for the challenge of catching whatever Pollock-esque mealtime antics they get upto.
The graphic novelEggby Caldecott Medalist andNew York Times-bestselling author Kevin Henkes is not only a perfect Easter gift, but also a classic read-aloneand read-aloud that they're sure to thrust in you lap all year long.
With two rattles, one chirp and one jingle, these musical wooden eggs will get little ones movingand grooving to their own beat. Just hand them over and let them twist, bang and shake until theirheart's content. (Or until the need for a break arises. We get it, mama.)
Addicting and ideal for fun on-the-go, the sensory sensation Pop It! now comes with an educationalupgrade. The Tik-Tok famous silicone popper includes spelling, alphabet and math learningactivities and simple speed games to keep their fingers and brains busy.
We adore the eco-friendly rubber duckies from Oli & Carol. They're hand-crafted of 100%natural rubber from Malaysian Hevea trees making it safe for little ones to chew on, and designedwithout holes so no gross mold can thrive inside.
Tired of Runaway Bunny? Discover a new parent + baby favorite in Emma Dodd's charming board book,Love.According toone reviewer, "She has put into words all the things you wish every child, everywhere, could hear and know aboutthemselves and the world. Namely, that they are loved and accepted and their very presence bringsjoy. Sweet illustrations with some shiny silver embossing are the cherry on top. I can't recommendthese wonderful little books enough."
100 piece puzzles are just the right amount of challenge for 6+ set. With its bold colors and funillustrations, you won't mind lending a hand if they get stuck either.
Whether perched on their shelf as decoration or as an integral part of playtime, these handmadewooden name puzzles are instant heirloom treasures. Customize with any word or name up to nineletters long.
InLlama Llama Easter Egg,the Easter Bunny brings lots of treats for Llama Llama: jelly beans, colorful eggs, and a fluffysurprise! An awesome addition to your Llama, Llama collection for sure.
Naturally cool and easy to hold, the engaging stainless steel teether from Infantio is perfect forsoothing little gums! It's also super satisfying to shake and rattle.
Easter means spring and spring means taking art to the streets—er, sidewalks, rather. Thisfestive set is delightfully holiday and warm weather ready.
Little Joe Chickapig wants to be just like his adventurous grandpa. But how did the old chickapighero do it? Find out in this fun, original story by Brian Calhoun, creator of the popular ChickapigBoard Game.
Who says Easter eggs are the only things that need hunting? An engaging first board game for kids,Hoppy Floppy's Happy Hunt game helps develop fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, andpre-handwriting skills while spinning and matching a collection of colorful carrots.
Available in an array of gorgeous prints, the sweet bunny teethers from Loulou Lollipop offer tinyteethers a variety of safe and natural textures to explore.
Future jewelry designers will delight in digging into the sparkly collection of awesome beads fromSuper Smalls. Featuring tons of colors, shapes and cords, they'll have hours of fun dreaming up andfashioning their brilliant creations.
The classic pattern blocks and boards set from Melissa & Doug are an essential addition totheir playroom shelf. They're also a fabulous quiet time activity for the afternoon sugarcrash—on Easter or any day of the week.
This is a first Easter basket requirement by law.
The timeless sweetness of Briar Baby's handmade bonnets make them a true Easter basket staple.
Made from five smooth beech rings that are perfect for grabbing and pokey little ears that are safefor chewing, this colorful pal may just be an instant favorite.
Do you already have 8,000 water bottles? Probably. Do you have one that's shaped like a bunny?Probably not. Not only is this one super cute, but it also is leak-proof, easy to clean and keepsdrinks hot or cold all day long.
A darling way to develop fine motor skills, concentration and problem solving, thisMontessori-inspired carrot puzzle comes with seven wooden carrots that are all the same color,shape and texture—the only thing that's different is their size. Through trial and error,kids will learn where they fit and where they don't!
This cherry wood rocket puzzle features five stackable layers with embedded magnets for easyassembly and disassembly—and the cutest passenger tucked safely inside.
Can bunny ears be subtle? We think so. These adorable headbands come in a pack of two which makesthem perfect for twinning!
A simple hands-on project makes the ideal basket inclusion. This one is blessedly mess-free andeasy to turn preschoolers loose on with little guidance.
This limited edition set is cute as can be! With a teeny chick that hides inside, this is oneEaster egg that will keep them busy for awhile.