There’s just something fun about seeing kids hunt for their Easter eggs. Of course, you sometimes have to separate the different age groups, since the two-year-olds need their eggs right where they can see them easily, and the eight-year-olds need them hidden with somewhat more ingenuity—like in places Mom finds a week later…but not with her eyes.
I remember doing the coloring egg thing with my kids, although I’m not sure how often that still goes on. There’s so much fake stuff out there which makes it quite bit easier, plastic eggs and such. If you trip and drop them, they don’t tend to break as easily, (and they don’t smell if they go unclaimed, a definite plus.) Continue reading “Proper egg placement”