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3 Fun Easter Activities For New Moms And Their Babies

3 Fun Easter Activities for New Moms and Their Babies

When it comes to holidays, most people spend it with their family members, especially their children. And while Mother’s Day has been celebrated for more than 100 years, it’s not the only holiday that mothers and their children should spend together. So if you recently had a baby, you may be wondering how to spend your baby’s first Easter. Well, let’s look at a few great activities to consider.

Photo shoot: All moms love taking pictures of their children, especially around holidays. So why don’t you have your own photo shoot at home? There’s nothing cuter than a baby dressed up like a little bunny or chick. You can even wrap them up in their cashmere baby blanket set or put them in a festive outfit. Either way, doing a little photoshoot will be a fun activity and you’ll have pictures to cherish forever.

Family tradition: Each family has their own traditions when it comes to holiday. What will yours be? Easter festivities could include going to church, having brunch, or seeing other family members. You could watch Easter movies and shows together or go for a walk around the neighborhood. And don’t forget about an Easter basket — the best baby gifts are the ones given on holidays, whether it’s a new stuffed animal or a soft blanket. All in all, it’ll be so much fun creating new traditions with your baby and family members.

Keepsake craft: While babies are too young to do crafts on their own, that doesn’t mean you have to rule out crafting completely — keepsake crafts are a great way to spend and remember your baby’s first Easter. You can put a bit of paint on your baby’s hands or feet and make tons of cute designs. You can use orange paint to make carrots out of their footprints or make a cute little yellow chick out of a foot or hand. And when your baby is all grown up, you can look back on their first cashmere baby gifts and these keepsake crafts with fondness and love.

Hopefully, this article gave you some good ideas for celebrating Easter this year. But no matter what you do, spending time with your baby will make the day really special.

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