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My First Easter Gifts & Childrens Easter Presents

We have a superb range of Easter gifts for babies and children all with free UK delivery. Chocolate is often inappropriate for a 'My First Easter' gift so why not choose from one of our fabulous alternatives such as a personalised egg cup or a cuddly toy? Don't forget next Easter Sunday falls on 20th April 2014.

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Gund Quacking Duck
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Inch Blue Sheep Gift Set
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Fair Trade Crocheted Humpty Dumpty
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Oskar & Ellen Doll's House with Bunnies
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Organic Cotton Crochet Bunny by Anne-Claire Petit
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Kaloo Lilirose - Medium Chubby Rabbit
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Kaloo Maxi Sofa Lilirose Rabbit
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Kaloo Blue Medium Chubby Rabbit with Mouse
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You won’t be surprised to know that Easter is the most important Christian festival. Easter commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ and the date changes every year (in Western Christianity, Easter is celebrated on the Sunday immediately after the Paschal Full Moon date)

The origin of the Easter Bunny and the Easter egg are thought to originate, not from any Christian beliefs but from an early pagan festival celebrating the arrival of spring. In fact most of what people generally think of as Easter gifts (eggs, bunnies, flowers, chicks) all have Pagan routes and were later incorporated into the Christian Easter festival. Eostra was a goddess of spring and fertility for 13th century Europeans and this is where the rabbit comes into the story, as a fertility symbol.