Need ideas for easter for my 14 month old

Kelly - posted on 04/01/2010 ( 11 moms have responded )

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I know its super close (couple of days) but i was wondering what other parents are going to be doing with their young ones, if anything, or if they are just going to be giving them an easter basket.

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Dashanda - posted on 04/03/2010

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My son is 14 months also and we got him a cars bucket and put grass and the bottom along with 6 plastic eggs with rasins and them coloring book,crayons,small choclate bunny,small soft ball,frisbee,sandbucket with shovel,bubbles,loillpop and he loved it. We also let him Tye Dye eggs with his cousin and he enjoyed it. I hope this helps you:-) Good Luck

Jaime - posted on 04/03/2010

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Fill plactic eggs with puffs, give them bubbles and books. I also bought large crayons and coloring books. Happy Easter!

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Rebecca - posted on 04/04/2010

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Wow, I feel like a terrible parent! We didn't get anything for our 14 month old son! Lots of other people bought chocolate for him so he hasn't gone without. I didn't realise that Easter was such a big gift buying deal. Am I alone??!

Kirsty - posted on 04/03/2010

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Hi, My daugther is 15 months... And we got her a easter egg but thats it and we are taking her to twycross zoo on monday!! So she gets a lovely day out!! She also got clothes and Nike Air trainers too... And A few swimsuits... But all togther they dont need to be showered in gifts all they would love is their family around them loving them!! Thats the way i see it!! So we are taking her to the zoo to see some animals and to hold a few.. x

Hayley - posted on 04/02/2010

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the 14m.o. can't have the same candy etc. that the nearly-4yo can. So I made her a basket with little plushie bunnies and hopping chicks, plastic Easter-shapes cookie-cutters (pretty dull edges), and little hollow plastic carrots (instead of plastic eggs) for holding treats. The treats will be cheerios and goldfish crackers, maybe a few simple chocolates. And a gigantic, flower-shaped cookie. And an Abby-Cadabby "magic wand". The older child gets the weird candy (bunny-shaped lollipops, Peeps, chocolate eggs, small chocolate bunny, candy prayer-hands, jellybeans in plastic carrots). She also gets a hopping chick, but not the other little plushies. And a pinwheel, a sticker book with stickers, and a "dragon egg". She might also get an Abby wand. And they both get real eggs (which we will color together tomorrow - or today, rather).

Kimberly - posted on 04/02/2010

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I did much of the same as above. I also added some small hand held musical instruments like a tambourine from the dollar store. Also did a ball, gerber puffs, bath toys, and a couple books.

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I get my son things he is interested in... this year some tub toys, balls and bubbles for outside, and put it in a bucket he can use inside or outside, baskets just seem like a hassle for kids this young

Jessica - posted on 04/02/2010

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I have a 15 month old. I made him a small easter basket. I filled it with sand toys, chalk, a new stuffed animal, bubbles, and a few trucks. We aren't doing easter eggs yet because he is just to little and doesn't understand what to do with them. We will be attending church on sunday, and our church is having an Easter celebration for children.

Krissy - posted on 04/01/2010

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I have nearly 15 months toddler as home. We asked some of our family friend who have 2 toddlers for hiding the easter eggs for them to search. It will be very good fun for them :)

Nicole - posted on 04/01/2010

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I bought my daughter a couple of Easter eggs but I don't like the idea of just giving her a bunch if chocolate, so i've also thrown in a couple of new items of clothing, a pair of slippers and a couple of little toys and books. :) I only spent maybe $100 at most but there's enough there for it to be special for her. Hope this helps...

Jessica - posted on 04/01/2010

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We are doing a simple basket, well not really a basket even, we are doing a sand bucket. We did sand toys, a kite, some crayons, coloring books, regular books,cars, and then we will do some of the plastic eggs with teddy grahams and other treats inside. Hope that helps!

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