I’m mom to a seven year old child with so many unique interests. She loves school, science experiments and marine animals. She loves to swim, rollerblade and do cartwheels in the grass. She loves princesses, pink nail polish and twirly skirts. She also loves learning how to be a fierce hockey player. A hockey Easter basket with a pink helmet and practice equipment is the perfect delivery from the Easter bunny this year. Using a hockey helmet as a basket is genius for your hockey player!
My daughter has grown up watching hockey but this is the first year her love for hockey and iceskating turned into a sport she plays. Weekly practice and power skate classes is new to our family but is now becoming the norm as we spend more time at the ice rink. Her pink helmet, pink laces and pink stick remind me she is still my little girl that loves frilly things like her mommy; even if she wants to be a hockey player like her dad.
Each hockey player is unique and has their favorite colors, equipment, and needs. Create the ultimate hockey Easter basket with supplies your child will actually use – pucks, tape, laces, etc.
If you’ve seen hockey practice you know water bottles all look the same from the ice. Players are skating hard, thirsty, and sometimes have just seconds to break for water. Inchbug Orbit labels are a great way to help your child, and others with germy germs you don’t want to bring home, identify their water bottle. The labels are customizable and you can choose to personalize with your child’s name, nickname, or even their jersey number.
Plastic grass, favorite chocolates, jellybeans and a chocolate bunny complete your hockey Easter basket.
You could include additional items to make the basket more personal like a favorite player jersey, new stick, or game tickets. What will you add to your hockey Easter basket?