Baby Easter Clothes

When the holiday season comes in, there is nothing more fun to do, than to shop for your little ones. There are many Easter clothing designs and styles to choose from, so you will surely find something suitable for your baby at Easter.

Easter clothes are characterized by their elegant frills and dresses. A range of Easter clothing for boys and girls is presented below:

About The Easter Holiday

Easter is the oldest and the most important Christian Festival, the celebration of the death and coming to life again of Jesus Christ. Easter is the story of Jesus' last days in Jerusalem before his death. Easter also refers to the season of the church year called Eastertide or the Easter Season. Easter also marks the end of Lent, a season of fasting, prayer, and penance. Easter is a moveable feast, meaning it is not fixed in relation to the civil calendar. Eastern Christianity bases its calculations on the Julian Calendar whose 21 March corresponds, during the twenty-first century, to 3 April in the Gregorian Calendar, in which calendar their celebration of Easter therefore varies between 4 April and 8 May. Easter is linked to the Jewish Passover not only for much of its symbolism but also for its position in the calendar.


For Christians, the dawn of Easter Sunday with its message of new life is the high point of the Christian year. The First Council of Nicaea established the date of Easter as the first Sunday after the full moon (the Paschal Full Moon) following the vernal equinox. According to Eusebius, a number of synods were convened to deal with the controversy, which he regarded as all ruling in support of Easter on Sunday. In Eastern Orthodox Churches which continue to use the Julian calendar for religious dating, Easter also falls on a Sunday between March 22 and April 25 inclusive of the Julian calendar. The rule has since the Middle Ages been phrased as Easter is observed on the Sunday after the first full moon on or after the day of the vernal equinox. In the United Kingdom, the Easter Act 1928 set out legislation to allow the date of Easter to be fixed as the first Sunday after the second Saturday in April (or, in other words, the Sunday in the period from April 9 to April 15). Many families have a traditional Sunday roast, particularly of roast lamb which is regarded as the traditional Easter feast, and some eat Easter foods such as Simnel cake, a fruit cake with eleven marzipan balls representing the eleven faithful apostles. Many families still observe the religious aspects of Easter and will attend Sunday Mass or services in the morning and then participate in a feast or party in the afternoon.


Easter is the time for holidays, festivals and a time for giving chocolate Easter eggs. The implications of the goddess have resulted in scholarly theories about whether or not Eostre is an invention of Bede, theories connecting Eostre with records of Germanic folk custom (including hares and eggs), and as descendant of the Proto-Indo-European goddess of the dawn through the etymology of her name. Easter eggs are a popular sign of the holiday among its religious and secular observers alike. Today Easter is commercially important, seeing wide sales of greeting cards and confectionery such as chocolate Easter eggs, marshmallow bunnies, Peeps, and jelly beans.