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Babies and toddlers embrace Easter with cute seasonal costumes

PUBLISHED: 10:35 31 March 2018 | UPDATED: 10:49 31 March 2018

Ivy, eight months, takes a quick snooze at Suffolk Babies' Easter Celebrations. Picture: RUTH LEACH

Ivy, eight months, takes a quick snooze at Suffolk Babies' Easter Celebrations. Picture: RUTH LEACH

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Bonnets, bunnies and baskets of eggs provided the seasonal accompaniment to a Suffolk celebration of Easter this week.

Arthur, five months, donned bunny ears for the celebrations. Picture: RUTH LEACHArthur, five months, donned bunny ears for the celebrations. Picture: RUTH LEACH

Suffolk Babies’ Easter party at its Kesgrave headquarters offered yet more dressing up opportunities for the young guests.

Jaxson with a basket of eggs. Picture: RUTH LEACHJaxson with a basket of eggs. Picture: RUTH LEACH

After the tiny terrors and mini monsters of Halloween and the cheeky elves from Christmas, Easter was a chance to don bunny ears, bonnets or fluffy chick costumes.

Archie dressed in a bunny suit. Picture: RUTH LEACHArchie dressed in a bunny suit. Picture: RUTH LEACH

Suffolk Babies, which also holds classes in Ipswich, Saxmundham and Stowmarket, was created in the summer 2016 as a community interest company with the aim of improving antenatal, postnatal and early childhood education.

Harry and Millie share a basket of eggs. Picture: RUTH LEACHHarry and Millie share a basket of eggs. Picture: RUTH LEACH

It provides birthing courses, and mother and baby classes, through to toddlerhood.

Amy with the Easter bonnet she made for Suffolk Babies' Easter celebrations. Picture: RUTH LEACHAmy with the Easter bonnet she made for Suffolk Babies' Easter celebrations. Picture: RUTH LEACH

To find out more about the organisation and its classes, people can visit the Suffolk Babies website.

Ellie, nearly three and Alfie five months, both went for bunny ears. Picture: RUTH LEACHEllie, nearly three and Alfie five months, both went for bunny ears. Picture: RUTH LEACH

Stanley and another set of bunny ears. Picture: RUTH LEACHStanley and another set of bunny ears. Picture: RUTH LEACH

Isaac at Suffolk Babies' Easter Celebrations. Picture: RUTH LEACHIsaac at Suffolk Babies' Easter Celebrations. Picture: RUTH LEACH

Archie seemed amused by his new choice of headwear. Picture: RUTH LEACHArchie seemed amused by his new choice of headwear. Picture: RUTH LEACH

Leo, 16 weeks, dressed as a fluffy Easter chick. Picture: RUTH LEACHLeo, 16 weeks, dressed as a fluffy Easter chick. Picture: RUTH LEACH

Finley, 11 weeks, in his blue rabbit costume. Picture: RUTH LEACHFinley, 11 weeks, in his blue rabbit costume. Picture: RUTH LEACH

Penelope, nine weeks, takes a rest at the Easter party. Picture: RUTH LEACHPenelope, nine weeks, takes a rest at the Easter party. Picture: RUTH LEACH

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