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what should i put into my 18 month old sons easter basket?

I'm having a really hard time deciding I don't want to do a lot of candy and he has too many toys as it is any suggestions would be great. Thanks


Asked by charlirose29904 at 3:22 AM on Apr. 2, 2009 in Holidays

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  • A kids bible

    Answer by Ducky5 at 4:25 AM on Apr. 2, 2009

  • we put in our 15month olds....chalk, kite, chocolate eggs with marshmallow (he loves those) hot wheels, coloring crayons and books, a play cellphone, sippy cups, bubbles, "Priddy" books and asoccerball. You can put what ever his little heart's disire. Do a visit and let him look at things you will find there is a lot he likes that you could use.

    Answer by Bugsmommy1908 at 3:27 AM on Apr. 2, 2009

  • kids love toys! why not educational toys instead of candy! check my website

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    Answer by dtMOM09 at 6:36 AM on Apr. 2, 2009

  • DD is getting just clothes.. she will share some of her brothers candy. But at 19 months- clothes were sufficient. The boys are getting clothes and a book and some candy.

    Answer by ZaTa at 10:46 AM on Apr. 2, 2009

  • When mine were that little, we filled their baskets with board books, sippy cups, new baby spoons/forks, a stuffed animal, a ball, bigger cars (the ones made for toddlers, not like Hot Wheels), and 1 or 2 candies (normally a chocolate bunny and a lollipop of some sort like a ring pop or something they're not likely to choke on).

    Answer by AprilDJC at 2:48 PM on Apr. 2, 2009

  • What about outdoor things?Maybe get him a wagon and fill it with balls,chalk,(things you can get at the dollar store).This is usually what I did for my daughter when she was younger.This year I bought her a scooter and will fill a tiny basket with a necklace and a few pieces of candy.

    Answer by preciouschild at 12:52 PM on Apr. 3, 2009

  • Bubbles, sidewalk chalk, flashcards, a board book, granola bars, yogurt covered raisins, mathchbox cars, crayons.

    Answer by Anonymous at 11:43 AM on Apr. 4, 2009