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Easter Gifts For Babies

The long-awaited arrival of spring brings the welcome blooms of daffodils, prancing newborn lambs and of course the Christian festival of Easter. This much celebrated long weekend of food, friends and family is a fun time for all especially young children.

As well as the usual promise of chocolate eggs and other edible goodies why not treat your child to one of our fabulous personalised Easter gifts this year. We offer a superb range of Easter gifts for babies, toddlers and older children including personalised Easter bunnies, books, mugs and bespoke egg cups. Don't forget next Easter Sunday falls on 21st April 2019.


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Chocolate is often inappropriate for a My First Easter gift so why not choose from one of our fabulous personalised non-chocolate alternatives? You can be sure one of our cuddly baby Easter gifts will still be appreciated long after all the chocolate has been eaten!

We also supply an amazing range of confirmation gifts here at Born Gifted and personalised baby photo albums make the perfect gift.

If you're looking for something fun to keep the kids entertained over the Easter break we can help. Take a look at our Free Guide to Easter Activities for Kids - enjoy!

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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 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.