UPDATED Bunny-Inspired Easter Gift Ideas

Easter is one of my favorite holidays to celebrate! I have really special memories from growing up of our Easter traditions….a scavenger hunt in the morning to find our Easter basket and a big Easter egg hunt in the afternoon with my cousins. It’s so fun and sweet for me to be able to create magic for my own girls over the holidays now!

If you know me personally or have followed me for awhile, you likely know that my oldest daughter Lucy LOVES bunnies! We have accumulated QUITE the collection of all things bunny, from chairs and pillows to toys and stuffed animals to clothes and shoes. A few years ago, I shared a bunny-inspired Easter gift guide and I wanted to update and refresh it with some new items, including toys, accessories, stuffies, homewares, books, and more.

If you are in the mood to curate tiny cute bunny things for your Easter basket, look no further. Here’s this year’s bunny-inspired Easter gift ideas! 🐰

BUNNY TOYS

Bunny Hop Mixer, Bunny Calico Critters FamilyWooden Bunny Hutch & Accessories (we have this and its played with regularly!), Counting Carrots,  Tic Tac Toe Set, Bunny Makeup Set, LEGO 3 in 1 Rabbit Toy, Paint Your Own Garden Bunny Stone, Bunny Tails Sidewalk Chalk

BUNNY STUFFIES

Hazel Village Penelope Rabbit, Large Plush Bunny (comes in 8 colors and 3 sizes, $10-18 and looks like Jellycat dupes!), Jellycat Nesting Bunnies Set of 3, Cuddle & Kind Henry the RabbitTie Dye Bunnies Set of 6, Brown Basil the Bunny, Cuddle & Kind Baby Bunny ‘Rose’, Bunny Squishmellow, Jellycat Bunny (we have multiple Jellycat bunnies of all colors — they are the softest and cutest!),

BUNNY BOOKS

Find my full list of books about bunnies here

BUNNY ACCESSORIES

Sock Pack,  Bunny Enamel Hair Clips, Bunny Ear Clips, Bunny Hair ScrunchiesBunny Customized Lunchbox (some friends got this for Lucy for her birthday – it’s so cute!), Bunny Dress Up Kit (we have this!), Bunny Hair Clips (Set of 8), Lavender Gem Bunny Bracelet

BUNNY TONIES

We’ve had the Toniebox for 2+ years now and it’s used every single day! This is a screen-free audio box where kids can swap different characters (‘Tonies’) on and off that each play different songs and stories.

Velveteen Rabbit, Peter Rabbit, Steiff Plush Bunny, Guess How Much I  Love You, Sleepy Rabbit Classical Music

BUNNY HOMEWARES

Bunny Felt Garland, Rabbit Chair,  Brown Bunny Pillow, Peter Rabbit Blanket, Bunny Hop Blanket, Bunny Rattan Chair,  Peter Rabbit Plate (we have this too; Lucy is obsessed!), Rattan Bunny, Bunny Basket

I also want to reshare something that was included in that original post. I want to also want to acknowledge the pressure that comes on parents (more often than not, moms) to curate and compile and gift these themed type gifts around certain holidays. You are not a better mom because you have an Easter basket filled with expensive toys or curate and share the cutest, on-theme gifts. You are not a worse mom because you filled your child’s Easter basket with $1 goodies and looks nothing like what you see on Pinterest and Instagram. Or if you decide to not do Easter baskets at all. I  know that social media, primarily Instagram, is flooded with “You should buy this” and “omg look at the cute thing/activity I  made for my kid” and it can often lead to the “Wow! She did that?!” and “why didn’t I do that?” feelings of comparison and not-good-enough-ness. WE DON’T HAVE TO TAKE THAT ON.  I  shared about this around Advent; that I  saw just about everyone sharing their perfectly curated Advent activities and I  didn’t have the emotional energy or time for it. AND THAT IS OKAY! Curating cute Easter things doesn’t make me a better mom. AT ALL. The most important thing, always always always, is our presence. Kids just need us grown-ups to show up as ourselves; to feel seen and loved and cared for and that can happen with or without an Easter basket filled with goodies. Easter is significant without fancy baskets and wooden toys and candy and egg hunts. Your value as a parent (and person) has NOTHING to do with the gifts you give your child – during Easter or ever.

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