Baby's First Easter!

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This will be Lazy Baby's first Easter, and I am so excited. I've already started putting together her Easter basket. Here are the things that are for sure going to be dropped off by the Easter Bunny this year:


Baby's First Easter Basket:

  1. The Runaway Bunny by Margaret Wise BrownThis was one of my favorite books when I was a little kid. LB loves Brown's Goodnight Moon, so I think this will be a hit as well.
  2. HABA Shakin EggsLB's still a little too young for a proper egg-filled Easter (imo, anyway), but I think these toys will be great for her.
  3. Gerber Puffs and…
  4. Gerber Yogurt Melts: LB is DEFINITELY too young for candy, so she'll get some age appropriate treats instead!
  5. A stuffed bunnyThis isn't necessarily the one she'll be getting because I'm leaving this one up to Mr. LL to procure. However, this guy is very cute.

Here's some other Easter things I've been checking out lately:

  • I haven't settled on the actual basket for LB yet. I know I want one that is going to last for a very long time; either so we can use it every year or it can be used in her room/around the house. These two are cute: Easter Basket with Floral Liner or Easter Basket with Bunny Liner.
  • I've been thinking that some bunny pajamas would be a cute gift, too. Too bad these don't seem to be in her size.
  • Another HABA egg-themed gift idea, for older kids,
  • I think I'm going to have to get these nesting eggs for some Easter decor. They are beautiful and nesting things are one of those Montessori-esque things...right? Right.

Gifts for…Your Co-Workers

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Getting gifts for your co-workers can be a bit much on one's bank account, if you aren't careful. I have about 12 people I will, without a doubt, give a gift in my office this year, and I like to find nice gifts that they will love and won't kill me financially.


Gifts for The Office:

  1. Rudolph MixEdibles are always a big hit, in my experience. Just be careful about food allergies.
  2. Cactus Ornament: Something quirky and festive that will be memorable. Check, check and check!
  3. PopSocketWork with people who love their smart phones? These are a great gift for the ones who never put down their devices.
  4. A super nice candle that comes in a fancy-ass box: This one is more of a boss/manager gift, IMO, but is still a useful yet tasteful gift.
  5. Chocolate...or any other candy: Just as long as the packaging is "fancy" or unique or seasonal, it will feel special. Plus, see #1 about edibles.

Gifts for…Under $25

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I am a firm believer that it is the thought you put into a gift that counts more than its price tag, so here are some really cool gifts for the really cool people in your life that won't break the bank.


Gifts for Under $25:

  1. Cookies and milk onesie: This one is too stinking cute and ONLY $5. What? (affiliate)
  2. Decorative planter: I love the clean, lines of this planter and it just makes the cut for this list by being $24.98! (affiliate)
  3. Unicorn ornament: This ornament is a whimsical edition to the traditional holiday decor, and it's only $6. Stocking stuffer maybe? (affiliate)
  4. Copper Mermaid NecklaceThis is a really cool, handmade piece and a total steal at $9.86 (it's on sale!). (etsy-affiliate)
  5. Supernatural Charm Bracelet: Also handmade and perfect for the Supernatural fan in your life. And did I mention that it is $17.54? (etsy-affiliate)