Letters To My Children | March 2018

Letters To My Children | March 2018

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baby outfit sources:

two month old: sweater / bow

two year old: bow / bracelets

wednesday, march 14, 2018

dear babies,

hello, my little honey bunnies!  we are officially two months into being a family of four and both of you are growing way too fast.  i tell myself every day, “they won’t be as young again as they are in this moment,” for every minute you literally become older.  sometimes it is refreshing knowing that every minute we are closer and closer to ending the endless diapers, but most of the time i am saddened that these days of you being little are fleeting.  so i soak in every moment, whether it is a sweet and calm moment or a noisy and crying moment.  you are both our greatest adventure and we are cherishing these days.

to my oldest:

i am truly surprised with how helpful you are.  it isn’t the helpfulness that surprises me, but that i still see you as a tiny baby and i am surprised with how much you are capable of.  you are proving me to every single day that you are a big girl, as you hand me blankets and burp cloths for your sister, or help me pick up something off the floor when i am juggling your squirmy sister in my arms.  i am learning to accept the fact that you are growing into a little girl, but cling onto the idea that you are still my little baby.  you will always be my little baby.

well, ms. smartie girl…you have officially graduated from speech therapy!  you were supposed to have an entire year of speech therapy, but it turns out that you only needed 6 months!  when mama told your teacher how many words you can say now, she was blown away and said you are good to go.  we are so proud of you!  now we are working on two word phrases and you are just now starting to play around with that idea.  the other day you said, “night night jake,” to the puppy at bedtime and “dada hi!” when your daddy came home.  while you are not consistently talking in two word phrases, you aren’t expected to for another couple of months so we are super excited that you are already trying!

while we are laughing about it now, we certainly weren’t laughing about the “pea incident” that took place on a pretty afternoon on february 27th.  good lordy, girl.  5 peas up your nose?  mama was equally horrified and impressed.  i didn’t realize anything was wrong until i saw you stick your finger up your nose and i thought, “that is interesting, she never sticks her finger in her nose.”  it only took you doing that once again for me to notice the green color in your right nostril.  i will always remember that initial panic i felt when i realized that you did indeed push a pea into your nose.  it wasn’t until i took it out that i realized…there is still green in there!  mama was able to remove 4 peas before taking you to the pediatrician to remove the 5th…and to ensure that 5 was the final number.  despite all the ruckus, you were quite a happy little girl.  thank goodness your grandparents were visiting so they could watch your little sister while we went on our adventure to the pediatrician, who was equally impressed that you managed to fit 5 peas into your tiny nose.  i think that was our grand introduction into toddlerhood.  where you are proving to be more and more independent, you are also proving that you need constant eye on you too.  sneaky little sweetie.

i can’t help but hold you a little tighter this month because i know it is our final month before you turn 2.  how can that even be?  it seems like you were just turning 1, let alone just being born.  i hold you close every day, but i am holding you just a tad closer right now.  as if i can pause time, just for a second, with each squeeze.  and so this your final letter from mommy, as a 1 year old.  goodness, i may cry.

to my youngest:

in so many ways you are changing all at once.  at around 7 weeks, your nightly crying turned completely off and you started to have an easier “witching hour.”  and right around the same time, you really started smiling for us.  before that, you would smile off and on, but now you are sharing some of the sweetest little smiles.  sometimes mama is lucky enough to get a picture of one, but i mostly just savor them and live in the moment with you.

at two months, you are such a strong baby.  you are the master of tummy time and, although you dislike it, you do very well at it.  you can lift your head really high and you are learning to push up with your arms.  you prefer laying on your back and looking up at the ceiling, especially the wooden beams in the playroom or at the ceiling fan in mama and daddy’s room.  you love the bold contrast and find it fascinating.  just this week you started to really study our faces. you are going through your second leap (as we know through reading the wonder weeks), which is encouraging you to learn more about patterns.  instead of looking towards the outside edges of our faces, you are looking right at us and noticing the patterns that make up our faces.  it’s so sweet to look at you and have you looking right back!

while you are every bit like your sister in looks, we laugh at how different you two are.  to name and few (and so i will always remember this list): you love your carseat and car rides, your sister did not.  you sleep in the car, your sister did not and still does not.  you love having your diaper changed, your sister did not and…still does not.  you are rather fussy, while your sister wasn’t as much.  you love to sleep all the time, while your sister was awake, awake, awake from the moment she was born.  while those are the only differences so far, we are sure to see more and more as you grow.

as you are growing and becoming more aware of the ones that surround you, you have become quite fond of your sister.  you really love it when she lays on the playmat with you and makes the owl “hoot.”  she equally loves the fact that she can show you new things and that you just watch her do it all.  it is really sweet to watch the two of you together as you learn more about one another each day and learn to become sisters.

as for sleep, you are a wonderful sleeper during the day.  you only like to be awake for an hour at a time, which gives us just enough time to breastfeed, change your diaper, and play and socialize for a few minutes before you are showing signs that you want to go back to sleep.  as for the nighttime, you are starting to get into a sleep routine.  you are usually asleep by 9:45, after about an hour of trying to get you to sleep, and you usually sleep until about 3:00.  then you get a quick diaper change and feed and are back to sleep until around 6:30ish.  this has been your schedule pretty consistently for the past few evenings so we are thinking you are finally getting into a routine that works for you.  and it works for mama too!  i am loving the idea of getting little more sleep again.

as we head into spring, we have a lot of fun things coming up.  we have a 2 year old to celebrate, Easter (i am in love with your Easter baskets this year), and some fun family adventures with the four of us.  it seems like there are always wonderful things to look forward to as we grow as a family and you both sure make this life of ours so much fun.  we love this family of ours and can’t wait to start another day of memories each and every day.

i love you both, endlessly.


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Easter Basket Fillers for Toddler and Baby Girls

hands down, one of my favorite things about being a mama is creating holiday memories for my two girls…and putting together sweet gifts for them.  i love decorating the house for the holidays, dressing the girls real sweetly and photographing all the holiday moments so we will remember them down the road.  easter is one of my favorite holidays because of the reason for the holiday and because…easter baskets.  and this year, the easter bunny is bringing two darling baskets to our house.  my main goal with easter baskets is to keep them both simple and classic.  when it comes to easter basket fillers for toddler and baby girls, i filled their baskets with all of our favorite things.  things for them to cuddle, things for them to play with, and things to make them gosh darn darling.

as i worked towards creating easter baskets for our girls this year, i collaborated with some small shops to bring them together and am grateful to the shops that sent items to be featured within this post.  at the end of this post, you will find a list of all the shops that sent items for their baskets so definitely go check out their beautiful products!

getting ready to photograph your easter egg hunt?  be sure to check our daughter’s first easter egg hunt for a little inspiration!

and click here to see what 5 photos you should take when coloring easter eggs!

and finally, if you missed last year’s easter basket, be sure to check out these classic ideas for baby girl easter baskets!

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Easter Basket Fillers for Toddler and Baby Girls

i love everything about how the girls’ baskets came together this year.  being up all hours of the night breastfeeding our two month old, i have had lots of time to think through their baskets and…all that sleep deprivation turned into two really darling baskets.  below you will find some beautiful easter basket fillers for toddler and baby girls.  and to make it easy for you, i linked everything up!

Easter Basket for 2 Month Old Girl

i couldn’t not do an easter basket for our youngest, even though she is a teeny tiny two months!  filled with everything a two month old girl could need, her basket is stuffed with a new knit doll, sweet bunny mary jane shoes, bunny pajamas, a wooden bunny teether, a blush wooden teether, newborn bracelets, and velvet bows.  because, teething soon and looking darling is what being two months is all about!

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Two Month Old Girl Easter Basket Source List

20″ avery the lamb knit doll // courtesy of cuddle + kind

baby bracelets // courtesy of baby cates shop

velvet bows // courtesy of cammi and co.

bunny teether // courtesy of late night luna

blush wooden teether // courtesy of late night luna

bunny mary jane shoes // purchased from gap

bunny pajamas // purchased from the gap

flower tree // purchased at target

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Easter Basket for 2 Year Old Girl

our little two year old is a smartie pants, encouraging me to add educational fun to her basket this year.  because of her new love for coloring, a little pack of colored pencils was a must.  and for fine motor skill fun, a lace up wooden bunny and stackable bunny…which she is going to go crazy for, i know!  everything else is linked below within the source list!

Easter Basket Fillers for Toddler and Baby Girls | www.bethadilly.com

Two Year Old Girl Easter Basket Source List

20″ charlotte the dog knit doll // courtesy of cuddle + kind

baby bracelets // courtesy of baby cates shop

velvet bows // courtesy of cammi and co.

bunny pajamas // purchased from the gap

egg tree // purchased at target, last season

bunny roo, i love you book // purchased on amazon

bunny lace up toy // purchased at target, similar idea here

bunny block stacker // purchased at target, similar idea here

mini colored pencils // purchased at michaels, similar found here

. . . . .

thanks so much for stopping by my blog, i hope that i have inspired you today!  what are your favorite easter basket fillers for toddler and baby girls?  share with us your finds in the comment section below!  have a lovely easter!

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March Book Pick + Discussion | A Virtual Book Club

reading is one of those things that i do for me.  it’s something that usually doesn’t cost any money (unless i just can’t wait to read a book and the wait list at the library is too long…which means, amazon prime!) :).  it’s something that i can do anytime, day or night.  and it’s something that i can do for hours, or for just 5 minutes.  and let’s be real, with two babies at home, hours of leisurely reading are few and far between unless i stay up way past my own bedtime.  and this mama needs her sleep!  i’ve been wanting to join a book club forever, but never found one that worked for my schedule, for one reason or another.  okay, okay…so i am also more of a homebody.  so when i put a little instagram poll out to see if anyone else wanted to join a virtual book club, i was antonished by how many of you were looking for the same thing as me: a little reading time, a little friendship, and a little slow down.  so, here is our virtual book club!

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March Book Pick + Discussion | A Virtual Book Club

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i have to admit, choosing the first book for us to join together and read gave me a little anxiety.  as a people pleaser, i worried if everyone would want to read it, if everyone would have read it already and the biggest worry: what if i pick a book and it turns out to be awful!?  with all of this said, this is supposed to be for fun and if you have read the book, feel free to read something else this month and still join in our discussion!  and if you have suggestions for next month, be sure to let me know!

 Virtual Book Club Rules

1. no stressing out is allowed.  this is supposed to be a fun and relaxing activity for you.  don’t pressure yourself to read fast, set your own pace.  if you want to read the book in one sitting, go for it!  (i am crossing my fingers that we pick books that we won’t want to put down!)  if you want to read a certain number of pages per day, that’s great!  if you want to set a weekly or daily reading goal for yourself, that’s awesome!

2. without spoiling the book for others, feel free to leave comments in the comments section below as you read!  tell us your favorite part, your favorite quote, or maybe how you are feeling about or relating to the book.  use the comment section to tell us what page you are on and to encourage others!

3. be respectful, always.  not everyone is going to love the book, that’s why book clubs are fun!  everyone is different and entitled to their own opinion.  when posting, think about the feelings of others before you write.  simply said, just be kind.  this is supposed to be fun, simple and to encourage us to slow down and relax.

Ready To Read?

because this book club has started on a whim, i thought it best to quickly choose a book to start us off!  for march, let’s read orphan train by christina baker kline. because it would be impossible to choose one book that everyone hasn’t read, if you’ve already read this please still join in the discussion below without giving away the book!  and join in with us next month when we choose a new book!  bonus points if you recommend books for us to read!

Why This Book?

to be honest, i feel like i see this book everywhere.  and it has over 20,000 reviews on amazon…so i figure it’s a safe bet that we may enjoy it.  i’ve had all the big dreams of sitting down with coffee to read it, and life has just been plain busy.  also, i thought it would be great to start off our virtual book club with something inspirational.  something that may encourage us to slow down and think.

How I Will Make Time To Read This Month.

i encourage you to answer this question right now.  how are you going to make time to read this month?  for me, i plan to pick up this book whenever i feel the urge to pick up my phone.  i am trying to be more intentional to stop the mindless scrolling on my phone and, instead, do something more productive.  i also decided that i will purchase this book on my kindle, instead of a physical copy, so i can read it one handed and in low light during night time baby feedings.

Getting Started

to get started, borrow or purchase a copy of orphan train and start reading at your own pace.  but before that, introduce yourself below in the comment section and answer these three questions:

  1. tell us a good book you’ve read recently
  2. tell us how you will make time to read this month
  3. suggest a book you would like to read next

i’ll go first!  and thanks for joining in!  i am so excited to make more time to read and intentionally make some time to myself.

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  • Tanya Monroe - It has probably been six months or more since I have sat down to read a novel.  I have been reading photography books for over a year. Taking classes through Coles Classroom pro. 
    However I love Christian Novels  by Mildred Colvin.    I’m going to purchase this book on kindle through Amazon and hope I can spend some time each evening before bed reading instead of face booking and turning my head to mush Lol. Looking forward to meeting new friends also. Thank you for starting this book club!! ReplyCancel

    • {beth} a-dilly - Oh, I have been looking for another Christian author so I will have to check him out! I adore Karen Kingsbury and have read most, if not all, of her Christian fiction novels. You may like her as well!ReplyCancel

      • Tanya Monroe - Thank you. After I read orphan train I will look them up. I’m excited that you h as be me reading again!!ReplyCancel

  • Feyza - Hi, so glad to be able to join this!
    1: my most recent favorite novel is called Scyte.
    2: Well, whenever my baby sleeps (he’s 3 months old) I will pick up a book and read. (I love reading so that’s what I always do anyway, aside from cleaning up that is.)
    3: The next book I’d like to read is “Salt to the Sea” by Ruta SepetysReplyCancel

    • {beth} a-dilly - Yes! Reading is few and far between with little ones but I love that you are going to read while he sleeps! That’s my plan as well!ReplyCancel

  • Jodie Hassa - This sounds like so much fun!! Thank you for doing this! 
    1. Unfortunately, it’s been too long since I have made time for me and just read. 
    2. I plan to read as a way to unwind after work and/or before bed. 
    3. Looking forward to starting Orphan Train, I do not have a suggestion for another book just yet. ReplyCancel

    • {beth} a-dilly - Reading it such a wonderful way to unwind at the end of the day! So far I am loving Orphan Train and it is hard to put down, so I hope you enjoy it too!ReplyCancel

  • Ashley - I literally just purchased this book after seeing it at the Strasberg Train Station Gift shop!  Now I’m excited to read it. I also have a newish baby (6 months) and 2 others (7 and 3) so reading is sporadic
    1. Currently reading “Ministry of Motherhood” by sally Clarkson. Everything she writes is pure gold!  
    2. Umm, I’m still working on this. One of my goals this year is to read more (less Facebook) 
    3. I have The Magnolia Story in my list. And Emily Ley. And Lara Casey. And more Sally. So many books ReplyCancel

    • {beth} a-dilly - Yay!! I am so glad you already have a copy of the book…this was totally meant to be!! I loved Magnolia Story and Emily Ley’s book! I still need to read Lara Casey’s!ReplyCancel

  • Mary Gallo - Thank You for starting this book club!! I picked up Orphan Train from my library today and can’t wait to start reading. I made a 2018 resolution to read more books for fun.  I’ve been reading mostly photography and Lightroom books. I recently finished Wonder by RJ Palacio before watching the movie with my daughter. My plan is to wind down before bed by reading instead of surfing the internet on my laptop. Waiting on my nightstand is A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman.


    • {beth} a-dilly - Yay! So happy to have you joining in! I can’t wait to hear what you think of the book, it was hard for me to put down!ReplyCancel

Letters To My Children | February 2018

Letters To My Children | February 2018

Letters To My Children | February 2018 | Bethadilly Photography

february 15, 2018

dear babies,

and just like that, we are a family of four!  and you are sisters!  after months of wondering boy or girl, we became parents to two girls on a monday night in january.  it’s such an amazing feeling to say, “our girls” when we talk about you and there is nothing in the world better than being your parents.  we are learning every day how to be parents to two babies under two years old and, honestly, each day we learn that it is simply blissful.  sure there are times when it seems like you both are trying to compete for who can dirty the most diapers in a day, but our days are filled with more smiles than they are tears.  we have been blessed with two very sweet baby girls who, thank goodness, rarely seem to cry at the same time.

to my oldest:

in an instant, you grew.  you will always be my tiny baby, but the moment we brought your sister home…you looked so much older to us.  becoming a big sister took a day or two to get used to.  while you love your little sister and are very curious about her, you were a little sad that mama and daddy were gone for a few days in the hospital.  it took you a few weeks to realize that we weren’t going to leave again and you were happy once it was just you, mama and baby getting back into our new normal of a daily routine.

being away from you while we were in the hospital was one of the hardest things for us.  while we were happy to meet your little sister and have that time, you were so missed every second.  when we finally left the hospital to come home to you, we were so ready to see you and to begin our new life as a family of four.  everything about those first moments of just the four of us where beautiful and will always be cherished.  i will always remember how daddy cuddled you while mama cuddled your baby sister and we all sat together to introduce you girls to one another.  we had been waiting for that moment for a long time and it was just what we hoped it would be.  your little sister brought you a big sister basket of goodies to enjoy, and you have loved playing with your new things.

your first month as a big sister has made us very proud.  while you were a little anxious about being close to mama and daddy, you were and are always really happy and sweet towards your little sister.  you love saying, “baby” and “baby night night,” and you love to rub her little belly and lovingly and softly say, “shhhhhh!” when she is rather fussy.  it makes my heart so happy to see you so sweet with your sister.  i, and everyone else, always knew you would be such a sweetheart of a big sister and you sure proved us all right.  we are so proud of you!

while these days are now different and our new everyday routine has changed a little, you have taken it all with grace.  you have shown mama patience when i’ve needed to feed the baby or given me a hug or sweet kiss when i have needed one.  it is so amazing that you always seem to know what i need, just like i know what you need.  it seems like your sweet spontaneous kisses and hugs always come in the moments when i need a little love.  it’s like you are saying, “mama, i know you have spit up all over your shirt and you are so tired, but we love you so much.”  you girls are my little angels and you always keep me smiling, despite the spit up and the endless dirty diapers.

becoming a mama to another little girl reminds me of all the wonderful moments we shared with you during your first year.  maybe it is because your little sister looks exactly like you!  seeing her is like looking at you!  it’s as if we are reliving our first year all over with you again, and we are blessed to do it twice with a second beautiful girl.

as you will always know, we love you so much and can’t even tell you have remarkably proud we are of you.  you have taken on being a big sister will grace and you are, without a doubt, the best big sister our little girl could dream of.  she is so lucky to have you to look up to, to chase after, to share clothes and shoes with in her teen years, to stay up late talking to, and to create endless memories with.  you, my sweet girl, are one of a kind and mama loves you so incredibly much.

to my littlest:

the moment daddy told me, “it’s a girl,” i thought sisters!  having grown up with two sister of my own, i can tell you that the best is yet to come.  not only are you blessed with the best big sister God could give you, but you are bound to have a special childhood that only sisters will know.  you are going to love everything about having a sister and she will be someone you can laugh with and rely on both today and for the rest of your life.  there will be things that only the two of you will tell one another, or understand and there is truly nothing like having a sister.  you are so lucky!

today you are one month old and i cannot believe we have already spent 4 weeks as a family of four.  it seems like the first weeks disappeared in the blink of an eye, but it isn’t surprising as these first weeks seemed to have been so busy.  while i will write out your birth story later so it is perfectly documented, know that you entered into this world perfectly.  and fast!  our first days in the hospital were beautiful and we will never forget them.  the only thing better than our first few days in the hospital with you was the first few days at home with you, where we introduced you to your big sister and began our new life as a family of four.

you, my sweet girl, had a little bout of jaundice that made our first week home a little stressful.  we had to go to a few additional pediatric check ups and you had to have a few blood draws at the hospital to monitor your jaundice levels.  luckily, the levels weren’t high enough to be admitted to the hospital for light therapy but it was still stressful, none the less.  the only way to get rid of it was to poo and pee it out.  which meant mama nursed you like crazy, every two hours promptly, for the first couple of weeks to get your diapers going.  while it seems to be under control now, i still worry about it from time to time, as i am a natural worrier.  daddy always reassures me that your color looks great and we are reassured with your wonderful weight gain and number of diapers that you are on the right track.

you definitely slept your way through the first few weeks of life and, honestly, just woke up this week!  you are now having more awake time, where you love to look around the room and try to lift your head up.  you are having more fussy moments during your awake time now and definitely went through your first growth spurt.  but you love being cuddled into mama’s baby wrap and it seems to cozy you just enough to calm you and encourage you to sleep away.

as i told your sister, you look exactly like her!  the only thing different about you two as babies is that your hair is blonde and her hair was darker when born.  knowing this, i made sure to take off your hospital hat during your newborn pictures because, if i didn’t see your hair, i knew i would surely mix up your newborn photos with your sister’s in the years ahead.  🙂  that is how much you look alike!  knowing this, we are so excited to watch you grow this year to see who you end up looking like.  if there is one thing for sure, you are a smiley girl.  you are trying to smile, from time to time, and we can’t wait for you to officially do it!

you are perfectly you and you are your own person.  even though you are taking after your sister in looks and sweet personality so far, we know that you will become your own sweet self and we are so excited to continue getting to know you, sweet girl.  know that you are loved immensely by daddy, me and your big sister.  she is going to teach you so many things in the year ahead and you are bound to have some of the sweetest moments that only sisters can share.  we are so happy to finally have met you and this first month with you has been everything.  happy one month, dear girl!

you, our sweet girls, are so incredibly loved and daddy and i will spend the rest of our days telling you and showing you just how thankful we are for the both of you.  often, throughout this past month, we have just stared at the two of you and told one another repeatedly how blessed we are with two wonderful baby girls.  daddy is always telling us all how lucky he is to be surrounded by such beautiful girls and daddy and i love one another even more today because we have the two of you.  having the two of you has shown us that love and family means everything to us.  not a day has gone by this past month where we haven’t been unbelievably thankful for this life of ours and for the blessing that is the two of you.  in all that we do, we will always love you with everything we are and we will spend our life showing you what it means to be a family.

in our dining room, we have a quote on our letter board saying, “a happy family is but an earlier heaven.”  and that quote is everything.  we are living in heaven today with you two girls, as you make us so happy.  life as we know it is just what we hoped and we can’t wait to start another day tomorrow loving you.

love, mama

to read more about our everyday with our littles, be sure to check out the posts that are trending below.

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Happy Heart Day | Valentine Ideas for Toddlers

i love valentines day.  some say it is just another hallmark card holiday, but i love a sweet excuse to spoil my little ones.  and i love being spoiled by the husband.  although it is a seemingly small holiday, it is one that i love celebrating with my little ones…and let’s be honest, we just love spoiling our girls any chance we can.  when it comes to gift giving for my little girls, i like purchasing things throughout a period of time and setting them aside.  not wanting to base our valentine around sugar and chocolate, i thought of a few things that i know my sweet toddler girl enjoys and compiled a few of her favorites into a darling valentine basket for her.  let’s just say, she adored it!  if you are trying to think of valentine ideas for toddlers, be sure to check out how i spoiled our little valentine this year.

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being 4 weeks in to being a big sister, i wanted to be sure to give her some fun things that she would love, but would also keep her busy.  aka, mama needs to breastfeed so how can i keep her entertained.  our little girl is in love with her chalkboard and loves stickers, making sweet heart shaped chalk and a book a stickers a given for her basket.  for some more fun, i added a sweet tic-tac-toe game to her basket, as she loves sorting little shapes and organizing things so i knew she would love these pieces.  (this little tic-tac-toe game was the winner this year, she loved it!)  for a little something to cuddle, i found a sweet plush bunny and because i always like to include something they actually need, the final item is a new lunchbox to take on our playdates and outings.

toddler outfit and basket source list with links can be found at the bottom of this post.

with easter just around the corner, i already have plans for my girls’ easter baskets!  i will be sure to photograph and post them once they are ready!  in the meantime, to inspire you as you create your easter baskets this year, check out last year’s easter basket that i created for our little girl.

Happy Heart Day | Valentine Ideas For Toddlers

Happy Heart Day | Valentine Ideas For Toddlers | Bethadilly Photography

Valentines Basket Source List

manhattan toys plush bunny // purchased at target (similar one found here)

tic-tac-toe game // purchased at target (similar idea here)

heart shaped chalk // purchased at target

stickers  //  purchased at target 

snack and bottle bag // purchased at target

Outfit Details

blush knit romper // purchased on amazon

white hair bow // courtesy of little reese and wren

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