Paw Patrol Easter Basket for Toddler Boys

Paw Patrol is still a big hit in our house and I’m a stickler for theme parties and holidays so I ran with the kids’ love for the Mighty Pups to build this year’s Easter baskets.

I also did not want to fill their baskets with candy, and rather focus on toys and items that would be entertaining during this indefinite amount of time at home — a new book, an egg-decorating kit, bubbles (what kid doesn’t love bubbles!) and bubble bath… plus, a few of their favorite snacks like Annie’s cookies and pirate’s booty!

You can shop these items by clicking any of the links below! Also a note that I used Target drive-up to get these because they are obviously non-essential and not worth shopping for in stores.

Target drive-up is amazing, and it’s free! You can also pick-up items within just 4 hours, which is very convenient given most stores aren’t booking grocery pick-ups several days out. However, keep in mind, Target drive-up is not for grocery items (they offer another service called Shipt specifically for groceries), but it works for a lot of other things!

Leave me a comment with what you’re planning to put in your kid’s Easter basket, or if you snag anything from this round-up or try Target drive-up for the first time!

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