Now that I have a little monster in the family, I wanted to start a tradition of creating a BOO! Basket for him! There are so many people who create amazing boo baskets for their kiddos and I want to join in on the inspo.
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First, you’ll need a basket – I got this one from Pottery Barn Kids
Then, I added some fun items that are age appropriate. My little guy is under one year old so I included the following:
- Halloween PJ’s – We love Burt’s Bees Baby pajamas because they are 100% organic cotton and the prints are so cute! I also added some Burt’s Bees Bubble Bath too.
- Halloween themed board books are a fun additon and promote early literacy! Mason has been interested in opening them up, looking at the pictures, and turning the pages. Even though he can’t read, he’s learning how to hold a book, turn the pages, and which way to turn the pages. These seem like simple tasks but will help when he’s ready to start reading!
- Stuffed animals – I saw that Slumberkins launched some cute Halloween characters (& the Mr. Bones board book) and swooped up this owl, which is perfect for my little guy whose been choosing small soft toys right now! I also picked up this Frankenstein squishmallow at our local toy store!
- Pacifiers/ Teethers – Ryan & Rose is an awesome small business that makes an assortment of baby stuff! Mason is teething right now so I found this black “Cutie Bit.” I also bought a larger pacifier for him since he’s 10 months now and shouldn’t really be using the little green ones anymore, it’s the perfect fall color “Sienna.”
Have fun making a BOO basket for your little ones, and tag me @hords_at_home so I can see them!