Cute and Stylish Swimwear for Kids

Hey there, fellow moms! Are you on the hunt for the cutest and most stylish swimwear for your little ones this summer? Look no further! Whether you're searching for adorable baby girl summer clothes or trendy kids rashguard swimsuits, I've got you covered with some fantastic finds.

These swimsuits aren't just cute; they're also super stretchy and durable, making them perfect for all your summer adventures. Plus, they won't break the bank, so you can splurge on some extra ice cream cones at the beach without any guilt!

From pool parties to beach vacations to adorable baby photoshoots, these swimsuits are versatile and perfect for any summer occasion. So, grab your sunscreen and beach towels, because your little ones are about to make a splash in style! 🏖️🌞👙

All suits from my round up are linked below by number!

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Summer Baby Style : Toddler, Kids and Babies

Hey there, fellow mommas! ☀️ With summer just around the corner, it's time to start thinking about those adorable baby girl summer outfits. From breezy rompers to cute summer hats and everything in between, dressing your little princess for the sunny days ahead is all about keeping her stylish and comfy.

When it comes to baby girl summer style, the options are endless! Think vibrant colors, playful prints, and lightweight fabrics that will keep your little one cool and cozy all season long. Don't forget to accessorize with sweet newborn bows and headbands to add a touch of cuteness to every outfit.

So, whether you're hitting the beach, having a picnic in the park, or simply enjoying some outdoor playtime, make sure your baby girl is dressed to impress in the latest summer fashion trends. After all, there's nothing sweeter than seeing your little sunshine rocking her summer style with a big smile on her face! 🌸👒👗

All suits from my round up are linked below by number!

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Self-Care Tips for Moms: 15 Minutes of Me Time

Self-Care Tips for Moms 15 Minutes of Me Time

Mama! We're here again! Are you feeling overwhelmed and in need of a little self-care? Don't worry, I've got you covered!

Today, I'm sharing my top tips for squeezing in 15 minutes of "me time amidst the chaos of motherhood. Let's dive in and check out some simple yet effective ways to prioritize self-care and recharge your batteries.

Remember, even just 15 minutes of self-care can work wonders it's about quality time indeed!

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Take a breather and spend 15 minutes practicing mindfulness or meditation to quiet the mind and ease stress. Find a quiet spot, close your eyes, and focus on your breath to center yourself and find inner peace.


Escape into the pages of a good book for a few precious moments of quiet relaxation and mental stimulation. Whether it's a novel, magazine, or self-help book, let yourself get lost in the story and enjoy some well-deserved "me time.

Speaking of which, have you read our top list of books for mom-to-be or fellow mommy out there? Here it is "5 pregnancy books that every mom to be should read".

Bubble Bath

Treat yourself to a luxurious bubble bath experience to unwind and indulge in some much-needed self-care. Add soothing essential oils, light some candles, and soak away your worries in a calming spa-like atmosphere.


Grab a journal and take a few moments to jot down your thoughts, feelings, or things you're grateful for.

You can even just down anything that comes into your mind and make it a journal brain dump. Writing can be a therapeutic way to promote self-reflection, emotional well-being, and gratitude in your daily life.


Practice gentle stretching exercises to release tension and improve flexibility in your body. Focus on areas like the neck, shoulders, and back to relieve built-up stress and promote relaxation.

We love to check out this PregnancyandPostpartumTV channel on YouTube for simple mom-needed stretches.

Deep Breathing

Practice deep breathing exercises to help calm your mind and alleviate anxiety or tension. Take slow, deep breaths, and focus on filling your lungs with air, then exhale slowly to release any tension in your body.

Enjoying a Cup of Tea or Coffee

Brew yourself a cup of your favorite herbal tea or coffee and take a moment to savor its soothing flavors. Sit quietly, sip slowly, and allow yourself to relax and unwind with each delicious sip.

Listening to Music

Put on some calming music and let yourself unwind while listening to your favorite songs or soothing melodies. Music has the power to uplift your mood, soothe your soul, and create a sense of peace and tranquility.

Mindful Walking

Step outside for a short walk in nature or around your neighborhood, focusing on each step and being present in the moment. Notice the sights, sounds, and sensations around you as you walk, and allow yourself to connect with the beauty of the world around you.


Remember, mama, taking care of yourself is essential for your well-being and happiness. So, don't forget to carve out a little "me time" each day to recharge and nurture your mind, body, and soul. You deserve it!

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300 Cottagecore Baby Names for 2024

300 cottagecore baby names

Hey there, fellow mamas and soon-to-be mamas! Are you on the hunt for the most enchanting and whimsical baby names inspired by the cozy charm of cottagecore?

Well, you're in for a treat because I've curated the ultimate list of 300 cottagecore baby name ideas that are sure to spark your imagination and steal your heart.

Whether you're drawn to the romance of wildflower meadows or the nostalgia of rustic cottages, these names are perfect for creating a fairytale-inspired moniker for your little bundle of joy.

So, grab a cup of tea, cozy up by the fire, and let's dive into this magical world of cottagecore baby names together!

Cottagecore Inspired Baby Girl Names

  1. Ivy
  2. Rose
  3. Daisy
  4. Hazel
  5. Violet
  6. Fern
  7. Willow
  8. Lavender
  9. Marigold
  10. Clementine
  11. Flora
  12. Juniper
  13. Poppy
  14. Ruby
  15. Beatrix
  16. Pearl
  17. Opal
  18. Maeve
  19. Elowen
  20. Briar
  21. Clover
  22. Daphne
  23. Elsie
  24. Faye
  25. Gwendolyn
  26. Harriet
  27. Imogen
  28. Josephine
  29. Kit
  30. Lottie
  31. Mabel
  32. Nell
  33. Ophelia
  34. Posie
  35. Quilla
  36. Rowan
  37. Sylvie
  38. Tansy
  39. Ursula
  40. Verity
  41. Winnie
  42. Xanthe
  43. Yvette
  44. Zinnia
  45. Amity
  46. Betsy
  47. Cecily
  48. Delphine
  49. Emmeline
  50. Felicity
  51. Geneva
  52. Hattie
  53. Iris
  54. Jessamine
  55. Keira
  56. Linnea
  57. Myrtle
  58. Norah
  59. Olive
  60. Prudence
  61. Rosalind
  62. Seraphina
  63. Thalia
  64. Una
  65. Verena
  66. Wisteria
  67. Xenia
  68. Yara
  69. Zelda
  70. Adele
  71. Belle
  72. Calla
  73. Dinah
  74. Estelle
  75. Fawn
  76. Giselle
  77. Honora
  78. Isla
  79. Jolene
  80. Katia
  81. Lavinia
  82. Melody
  83. Nadine
  84. Orly
  85. Pippa
  86. Questa
  87. Rhea
  88. Sable
  89. Tilly
  90. Unity
  91. Vesper
  92. Wilda
  93. Xyla
  94. Yolanda
  95. Zephyr
  96. Anthea
  97. Betty
  98. Coral
  99. Doris
  100. Eudora
  101. Fleur
  102. Gracie
  103. Henrietta
  104. Ingrid
  105. Jonquil
  106. Kenna
  107. Lucinda
  108. Magnolia
  109. Niamh
  110. Odessa
  111. Petal
  112. Rosamund
  113. Saffron
  114. Tessa
  115. Ursuline
  116. Velma
  117. Wendy
  118. Xanthea
  119. Yasmine
  120. Zara
  121. Annabel
  122. Blythe
  123. Camellia
  124. Della
  125. Edith
  126. Freya
  127. Goldie
  128. Hester
  129. India
  130. Jemima
  131. Kendra
  132. Lorelei
  133. Mirabel
  134. Nola
  135. Orla
  136. Philomena
  137. Queenie
  138. Raina
  139. Senna
  140. Theodora
  141. Ula
  142. Viola
  143. Wren
  144. Xena
  145. Yasmin
  146. Zadie
  147. Arrietty
  148. Bess
  149. Clarity
  150. Demelza

Cottagecore Inspired Baby Boy Names

  1. Alder
  2. Basil
  3. Cedar
  4. Dorian
  5. Ellis
  6. Finn
  7. Gideon
  8. Hawthorn
  9. Iver
  10. Jasper
  11. Kieran
  12. Leland
  13. Milo
  14. Nolan
  15. Orson
  16. Perry
  17. Quentin
  18. Rowan
  19. Silas
  20. Thorne
  21. Ulric
  22. Vaughn
  23. Wesley
  24. Xander
  25. Yarrow
  26. Zane
  27. Amos
  28. Barrett
  29. Corbin
  30. Dexter
  31. Edwin
  32. Forrest
  33. Graham
  34. Hugo
  35. Isaiah
  36. Jonah
  37. Keaton
  38. Linus
  39. Montgomery
  40. Ned
  41. Otis
  42. Philip
  43. Quentin
  44. Rufus
  45. Sawyer
  46. Tobias
  47. Upton
  48. Vernon
  49. Wallace
  50. Xavier
  51. York
  52. Zebedee
  53. Ambrose
  54. Bennett
  55. Clifton
  56. Dominic
  57. Ernest
  58. Felix
  59. Gilbert
  60. Heath
  61. Ivan
  62. Julian
  63. Knox
  64. Larkin
  65. Merritt
  66. Norris
  67. Oswald
  68. Pascal
  69. Reed
  70. Sterling
  71. Tristan
  72. Uriah
  73. Vincent
  74. Warren
  75. Xerxes
  76. Yves
  77. Zachary
  78. Abel
  79. Bram
  80. Colton
  81. Drake
  82. Everett
  83. Fletcher
  84. Giles
  85. Hadrian
  86. Ira
  87. Joel
  88. Kit
  89. Levi
  90. Martin
  91. Neil
  92. Oscar
  93. Pierce
  94. Quill
  95. Ronan
  96. Seth
  97. Tate
  98. Ulrich
  99. Vance
  100. Wiley
  101. Xylon
  102. Yale
  103. Zephyr
  104. Archer
  105. Brady
  106. Callum
  107. Declan
  108. Eamon
  109. Ford
  110. Garrett
  111. Harvey
  112. Ian
  113. Jonah
  114. Kellan
  115. Leonard
  116. Mitchell
  117. Noel
  118. Owen
  119. Preston
  120. Quincy
  121. Rupert
  122. Simon
  123. Thaddeus
  124. Ulysses
  125. Victor
  126. Walter
  127. Xavi
  128. York
  129. Zeke
  130. Asher
  131. Beau
  132. Cyrus
  133. Damien
  134. Eli
  135. Flynn
  136. Griffin
  137. Henry
  138. Isaac
  139. Jude
  140. Kyle
  141. Lucas
  142. Mason
  143. Nigel
  144. Oliver
  145. Paul
  146. Quinn
  147. Rhett
  148. Spencer
  149. Timothy
  150. Uri

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5 Pregnancy Books That Every Mom-To-Be Should Read

5 pregnancy book moms should read

Hey Mama-to-Be!

Today, I'm dishing out the deets on the 5 pregnancy books that every bump-bearing goddess needs on her nightstand.

What to Expect When You're Expecting

by Heidi Murkoff and Sharon Mazel

This one's like the mother of all pregnancy books , a total classic! It's your A-Z guide on the wild ride of pregnancy, with all the nitty-gritty on your body's changes and what's up with your growing little bean each week.

The Mama Natural Week-by-Week Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth

by Genevieve Howland

Calling all my natural mamas! If you're all about that holistic life, this gem is packed with crunchy goodness for your journey to motherhood.

Expecting Better: Why the Conventional Pregnancy Wisdom Is Wrong--and What You Really Need to Know

by Emily Oster

Buckle up, lovelies, because this book is about to flip the script on all the traditional pregnancy advice you've heard. It's all about getting the real deal with facts and figures so you can call the shots for your pregnancy.

Belly Laughs: The Naked Truth about Pregnancy and Childbirth

by Jenny McCarthy

When you need a break from all the serious stuff, Jenny's got your back. She's serving up the LOLs with a side of real-talk about the messy, hilarious side of baby-baking.

Ina May's Guide to Childbirth

by Ina May Gaskin

And for a dose of birthing inspo, who better than the queen of midwives, Ina May? Dive into beautiful birth stories and pro tips on keeping things natural in the delivery room.

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There you have it, mamas! Whether you're looking for advice, laughs, or some good old-fashioned wisdom, these reads have got you covered. So curl up with a cup and start flipping those pages!

Got any faves that I missed? Spill the beans in the comments! 👇✨

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Third Trimester Self-Care Tips for Mom-To-Be

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Oh, the glorious third trimester! It’s like the grand finale of pregnancy, filled with excitement and, let’s be honest, a good dose of ‘can we just get this over with?’

As we countdown to D-Day (Delivery Day!), it’s super important to wrap ourselves in some extra TLC.

Here’s my go-to self-care toolkit for the third act of our baby-growing journey:

Prenatal Rubdowns

Oh, the bliss of a massage! It’s not just indulgence—it’s essential for easing those wild third-trimester twinges. Find someone skilled in prenatal magic hands.

Zen Mama Moves

Keep it flowing with some preggo-friendly moves. Prenatal yoga and floating in the pool are my escapes from the belly-up life.


Munching little and often on iron and protein-packed yummies gives me and the bump a high-five in nutrients. Plus, it's like a mini energy boost!

Pillow Paradise

Resting is non-negotiable. I’m all about that pillow fort life—anything to support the belly mountain and find some zzz’s.

Hydrate with a Twist

Water's my BFF, but I sneak in some hydration heroes like watermelon and cucumber to mix it up.

Mama's Day Out

A little mani-pedi or a soft-glow facial can lift my spirits. Just make sure the beauty cave is au naturel with the fumes, okay?

Birth Blueprint

Penning down my birth wishes makes me feel like the CEO of Delivery Day. It’s good to have a plan, even if baby might have another script in mind.

Baby School

I’m all about those childbirth classes. Learning the ropes gives me a sense of, “I’ve totally got this!”

Partner Time

Date nights might get tricky with a watermelon for a belly, but I treasure these moments. It’s about us before we become three.

Mind Matters

Growing a human is mind-boggling! I keep my mental health in check with chats, cuddles, or a good ol’ heart-to-heart with my support squad.

You Got This!

Sending all you mommas love and pillow forts! Share your third-trimester survival tips below! 👇

How’s that for a mom-to-be’s self-care guide? Tailored just for you, by someone who's been there, done that, and got the (maternity) T-shirt! 😉

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The Ultimate Diaper Bag Checklist for Moms

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Hey Supermoms (and Superdads too!),

Heading out with your little bundle of joy? Whether it's a quick trip to the park or a day-long adventure, being prepared is key. That means having a diaper bag packed with all the essentials to keep baby happy and mom stress-free.

Let's dive into the ultimate diaper bag checklist I swear by, ensuring you're covered for any baby-related curveballs thrown your way.


Pack a day’s supply, because you never know how many you'll need.

Handy Dandy Wipes

For diaper changes, sticky hands, and unexpected messes. Check out for alcohol free and baby safe brands too!

Changing Pad

Keeps those diaper changes clean and comfy on the go.

Diaper Rash Cream

A must-have to keep that cute bum rash-free, especially for our baby's sensitive skin.

Bottles and Formula or Breast Milk

Don't forget the food supply for your little one!

Snacks for Mom

Keep your energy up with some quick, healthy snacks.

Extra Clothes

Because accidents happen, and a cute outfit change is necessary.


An extra paci can be a real lifesaver (and a silence keeper).

Toys or Books

Keep the entertainment on hand for those fussy moments.

Plastic or Wet Bags

For those especially messy situations.

Hand Sanitizer

A travel-sized bottle for sanitizing your hands before and after diaper changes when you're out and about because cleanliness is next to baby happiness.

Nursing Cover

For comfortable and discreet breastfeeding in public spaces.

Burp Cloths

Soft, absorbent cloths for cleaning up after feedings.

Baby Hat and Socks

Extra layers to keep the baby warm if the weather turns chilly.

First Aid Kit

This doesn't have to be a big pack, A small kit is just fine, with basics like band-aids, antibiotic ointment, and baby-safe pain relief. (You'll never know when you need it!) Be prepared for minor boo-boos with band-aids and ointments.

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Happy adventures, and remember to enjoy every little (and big) moment with your little one. They grow up so fast!

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Sleepy Cues for 3-12 months Babies

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Hey there, lovely mamas (and papas)!

Navigating the sleepy signals of our adorable munchkins can sometimes feel like decoding a secret language, right?

I've been there, staring into those cute little faces, wondering if it's nap time or just a bluff. So, I've put together a quick cheat sheet on spotting those tell-tale signs of sleepiness in our babies, especially for the tiny humans aged between 3 to 12 months. Let's dive right in:

1. Early Sleep Cues

Glossy Eyes/Eye Bags: Just like us after a long day, those little eyes tell a big story.

Avoids Eye Contact: When the world's too much, and they start looking away.

Turning Away: Seeking a quiet escape from overstimulation. Blank Stare: That far-off look, lost in dreamland's brochure.

2.Mid Sleep Cues

Rubbing Eyes/Pulling Ears:The classic "I'm tired" move we all know too well.

Yawning: Contagious and cute, it's a clear signal bedtime's calling.

Fussiness/Clinginess:When only cuddles will do, and they want you to know it.

Chatty Kathy:Suddenly, they have all the stories to tell.

3.Late Sleep Cues (a.k.a. the Red Zone)

Arching Back: The baby equivalent of "Nope, not happening."

Pushing Away: When cuddles are not part of their current plan.

Hysterical Crying: Past the point of tired, entering overtired territory.

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Why is my Baby Crying?!

Why is my Baby Crying

Little fun fact: Babies typically cry for 2-3 hours daily.

Remember: It's totally normal for your baby to have a crying spree, especially at night (yes, the infamous witching hour). It's tough but hang in there—it usually peaks around 6 weeks and gets better by 3 months.

Crying is your baby's way of sending you messages. It'll take some time, but you'll start to notice the nuances in their cries. When in doubt, try a little detective work to soothe them.

Here are some top reasons why babies cry:


Sometimes, all they need is a little snack. Look for hunger signs, and remember, soothing before feeding can help if they're really upset.


An overtired baby is a fussy baby. Learning their sleep signals is key to avoiding those overtired tears.

Need for cuddles

Your touch is comforting. Consider babywearing—it's a cozy fix that keeps your hands free.


It usually starts after 4 months. Cool teething toys work wonders, and don't hesitate to consult your pediatrician for pain relief options.

Diaper duty

A quick peek will let you know if it's time for a change.


More crying than usual could signal they're sick. Look for fever or other symptoms and get medical advice if something doesn't feel right.


They could be uncomfortable. Try to find and remove the cause if possible.


It's not fun for anyone. Bicycle their legs to help pass gas, and ensure good burping during feeds.


ometimes it's all just too much. Tone down the environment for some quiet cuddle time.

Temperature check

Fussing and skin changes can signal they're too hot or cold. Adjust as needed for their comfort.

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13+ Baby First Easter Picture Ideas

Are you looking for the cutest baby’s first Easter photo ideas to capture your little one's special day? Well, mama, you're in luck! Today, I've gathered up my favorite DIY Easter photo ideas for your newborn easter pictures, that you can easily do at home. Plus, I've found some adorable accessories to make your pictures extra sweet.

Easter is almost here! Can you feel the excitement? Flowers and greens sprouting up everywhere, and the joy of opening that first bag of Mini Eggs.

It's the perfect time to capture all the love and cuteness with some beautiful photos with baby’s, toddlers, siblings and friends.. Whether you're planning a fancy outdoor photoshoot or just snapping some cute pics with your phone at home or indoors, here are some adorable infant Easter pic ideas to inspire you.

13+ Baby First Easter Picture Ideas

1. Easter Bunny Costume

Dress your baby in an adorable Easter bunny costume complete with floppy ears and a fluffy tail for a classic and cute Easter look. This iconic costume is perfect for capturing the essence of Easter and will make your baby the star of the photoshoot.

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2. Easter Egg Hunt

Create a mini Easter egg hunt scene with colorful eggs scattered around your baby, eliciting excitement and wonder as they discover the treasures hidden within. This interactive setup adds a playful element to the photoshoot and captures the joy of Easter festivities.

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3. Spring Flower Backdrop

Set up a backdrop adorned with fresh spring flowers or flower garlands to create a beautiful and seasonal setting for your Easter photoshoot. The vibrant colors and delicate blooms provide a picturesque backdrop for capturing sweet moments with your baby.

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4. Bunny Props

Add bunny-themed props such as plush toys, rattles, or wooden bunny decorations to add a whimsical touch to your Easter photos. These props can be held by your baby or arranged around them to create an adorable and festive scene.

5. Easter Bonnet

Complete your baby's Easter look with a charming Easter bonnet and headband adorned with ribbons, flowers, or Rabbit headband or beanies. Plus they can reuse this for spring outfit ideas!

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6. DIY Easter Basket or Baby in Bassinet

Craft a personalized Easter basket filled with handmade goodies, including felted Easter eggs, knitted bunny toys, and homemade treats. Capture your baby's happiness as they explore their Easter basket and discover the special surprises inside.

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7. Letterboard First Easter Photo Idea

Set up a letterboard with a festive Easter message or milestone announcement, such as "Baby's First Easter" or "Hoppy Easter!" Place your baby next to the letterboard and capture their adorable expression as they pose for their Easter photo.

You can use these phrase ideas also : "Some Bunny Loves You", "Egg-cellent Adventures Await" , "Too Cute to Be Bunn-true", "I'm Egg-cited for Easter!"

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8. Baby’s First Easter Milestone Card

Create a custom milestone card specifically for your baby's first Easter. Include details such as their age, favorite Easter activity, and any special memories from the day. Place the milestone card next to your baby and snap a photo to commemorate this milestone occasion.

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9. Baby with Carrots

Arrange a bunch of fresh carrots around your baby and capture their reaction as they explore this classic Easter vegetable. Whether they're holding a carrot or munching on it with curiosity, this simple yet adorable setup makes for a charming Easter photo that highlights the joy of the season.

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10. Peter Rabbit Easter Photo Ideas

Dress your little one in a blue jacket with a white cotton tail attached and pair it with floppy bunny ears. Set up a garden backdrop with potted plants, watering cans, and baskets filled with vegetables. Capture adorable moments of your baby exploring the garden or nibbling on carrots, just like Peter Rabbit himself.

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12. Newly Hatched Baby Chick

Set up a cozy nest-like backdrop with soft bedding and delicate flowers. Dress up your baby with a knitted chicken costume or adorable chick hat or beanie! This heartwarming picture idea is sure to melt hearts and create treasured memories of your baby’s first Easter.

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13. Easter Picnic Photo Idea

Set up a cozy Easter picnic scene with a checkered blanket, picnic basket, and colorful Easter-themed snacks like bunny-shaped cookies and pastel-colored candies. Capture candid moments of your baby enjoying their first Easter picnic amidst nature's beauty.

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14. Minimalist Baby Bunny Theme

Easy to set up at home. We love that this can be captured while having snuggle moments in the bedroom or playroom. Just the classic lying in white bedsheet photoshoot ideas or even a baby in costume posing while being carried at home!

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Start the Hunt!

Got your idea for your Easter Photoshoot? We are so glad we have shared this with you today! With these baby first Easter picture ideas, you're all set to capture memories of your little one's Easter celebration. So whether you wanted a classic bunny costume, a playful egg hunt setup, or a floral backdrop, or even a picnic setup we sure it will be fun and definitely a memory to keep!