Beyond darling Easter outfits and baskets full of chocolates, a few books the little ones might enjoy finding in their Easter baskets (and ones my darling, darling 3-year-young niece did a little early).
[The Velveteen Rabbit — a classic tale of the power of love; Big Rabbit’s Bad Mood — the illustrations alone helped me cure my own case of the mean reds and will teach your treasured darling that it’s okay to have a bad mood sometimes; Duck! Rabbit! — a fun optical illusion that will engage both sides of your baby genius’ brain]
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