Great Ideas for Filling Easter Eggs for Babies

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Photos from All Things G & D

So every since my kids were babies my in laws have filled their Easter eggs with money {change to be exact}. As I was searching on Pinterest today I found a blog written by All Things G & D, 20 Candy Free Easter Egg Fillers for Toddlers, also great for babies I think.  My kids love finding Easter at Mama and Papa’s house, because they are all filled with change and other fun items like stickers and Match Box Cars. My kids have never been really big fans of candy, they are very picky about what candy they do eat and the candy at Eater time is never their favorite. So missing out on Easter candy, unless it was a Reese Cup, has never been a really big deal.


This is a picture of some of the eggs filled with quarters!!

My kids always put there money into their piggy banks!!

This could be really fun for babies, filling the eggs with pacifiers, baby socks or tights, a pacifier holder, small travel size lotions and shampoos, wash cloths. I am really looking forward to filling our Easter Eggs this year, and I can’t wait to share what I have learned on a candy free Easter with my other friends and family who would rather not use the candy. On of my favorite places to stock up on small items to fill the eggs would be Target, JoAnn Fabrics, or Hobby Lobby at their dollar section!


Photo from All Things G & D

I am really excited for this Easter’s egg hunting, after reading about these awesome egg stuffing ideas my kids are going to be thrilled. These are such fun ideas my kids are going to go crazy in excitement. I can see them now, opening their eggs and finding some of these great ideas inside: Socks, Bracelets, Money, Hair Clips and many more. When you head out hunting Easter eggs, what are you putting in your eggs? I am going to try some of these great ideas from All Things G & D, how about you? To read the list of 20 candy free Easter egg fillers head over to All things G & D and check out her fun blog!