How to celebrate Easter with a baby
We all know the activities that children love to take part in on Easter – going on Easter Egg hunts and eating all kinds of tasty chocolate. But what about the really little ones, the ones who can hardly walk, much less participate in an egg hunt? Is there anything for babies to do on this fun holiday or do they have to wait a few years to be able to enjoy it?
There certainly are ways to enjoy Easter with your family while making sure that your baby is having a good time and creating some wonderful memories that you will all be able to look back on down the road. So put your baby boy in his infant boy Easter romper and get the party started.
Invite the Family Over
Visiting relatives can be tiring when you have a baby. Instead, invite everyone over to your house for lunch or dinner, along with an egg hunt and other activities for the older kids (which, if your family is anything like mine, means the adults).
There are plenty of great gifts you can buy your baby this Easter:
- Easter basket filled with -
- Easter clothes
- Baby toys
- A stuffed bunny rabbit
- Personalized Easter Book for Baby – When your baby gets a little older, flipping through this gem and seeing himself as a baby and a part of a story will truly be a moment to treasure.
While you have everyone over, definitely do not forget to take a family photo with big cheesy smiles. That’s a photo you can keep forever, perhaps framing it and putting it up on the wall in your hallway, to remember your baby’s first Easter. By next year, he will be talking, walking, and running to an Easter egg hunt victory.