Toddler Boy Easter Basket Ideas

It's starting to feel like spring! The tulips are starting to come up, the weather is getting warmer(ish), it's getting lighter earlier and darker later, and I'm looking ahead to Easter.

I love spring; the anticipation of warm & sunny days ahead, an excuse to overuse pastel colors, spring clothing, spending time in the yard, and watching flowers and trees come back to life. And of course, Easter!

I absolutely love putting together Easter baskets. Stockings are my favorite part of Christmas, so I guess I just really like a collection of small, thoughtful gifts. But, I'll be the first to say that it can be really hard to put together an Easter Basket that isn't filled with candy or junkie plastic toys that are going to be lost or broken within a few days. I also don't want to fill it with random things, just for the sake of filling it.

I typically spend quite a bit of time looking for various meaningful and useful items to fill my kid's baskets with. Here's a list of items I've found for Toddler Boys!

Boys Easter Basket Ideas

1. Personalized Stuffed Bunny - An Easter basket staple. Take it up a notch by adding your kiddos name to the bunnies ear!

2. Yeti Rambler Jr - Perfect for those warm summer months ahead. Useful but will be loved by any kid!

3. Build a Robot Spinner Game - This game looks like so much fun and perfect for a robot obsessed little guy

4.  Monogrammed Baseball Cap - A functional but fashionable gift. A regular baseball hat is boring, but add a monogram and it becomes the perfect Easter basket stuffer that can be used for the sunny days ahead

5. Doodle Board - What is it about these little doodle boards thats so fun? Even I like drawing on them! They're great for the car, quiet time or anytime that you want non-messy art time.

6. Critter Cage - Something fun to be used outside, catching all the little creatures that come out in the spring! 

7. Monogrammed Swim Trunks- My kids always get a new swimsuit in their baskets! 

8. Golf Legends Alphabet Book -This book is so cute for a little golf obsessed boy! And a fun way to start learning those ABCs

9. Mighty Mega Markers - We love all the art supplies from this company and these markers are the perfect size for little hands to hold (plus, they're washable!)

10. Bubble Wand - Bubbles are another staple for Easter baskets in our house. This wand lights up and looks like a shark so you really cant go wrong with it.

11. Sunglasses - how cute are these little aviator sunglasses?! 

12. Native Shoes - These shoes are a summer necessity in our house! They clean easily, are perfect for the splashpad, and hold up incredibly well.