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Sunday, March 31, 2013

Easter Eggs Coloring

I can't believe that March is almost over, time flies very fast! I was thinking the other day that my late brother could have been 42 years old.  He died at a very young age, he was only 38 years old.  It hurts to know that my sister-in-law has moved on already and living with another  guy.  I can't blame her  as she is still young, I just  feel bad about  my three nieces as they resent  what their Mom did.  Oh well, nothing I can do but to pray for them.

Anyhow, back to my senses (lol), one of the many fun things to do for my Burritos during Easter is  coloring eggs.  We did that last weekend (yeah, I know, too early), but that's what they want to do so we went along with it.  Then yesterday, we did some egg hunting inside our home, just for fun!  
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After the fun, these  eggs  turned into the yummy part, deviled eggs!  Will post it  at my Food blog soon.

19 comments:

  1. Coloring Easter Eggs is fun-I'm not surprised they did not want to wait!

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  2. Looks like it was a big success♫ Happy Easter. My Orange: http://lore-eleven.blogspot.com/2013/03/a-positive-negative.html

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  3. They really had the fun coloring the eggs! We are going to do ours on Sunday!

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  4. They are so cute. We are coloring eggs tomorrow!

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  5. Looks so fun! Thanks for joining us at Orange You Glad.

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  6. Looks like you guys are having great fun, hope you have a lovely weekend.

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  7. I love the pictures! My son and I are going to dye eggs today. I think it is great that you did yours early...I love being spontaneous it makes life fun!

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  8. Looks like they had fun!! I have to use plastic eggs or my son will throw real eggs.

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  9. We didn't do eggs coloring this year. They will just hunt plastic eggs tomorrow if it won't rain :) Kids love to decorate eggs during Easter time. :)

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  10. what a fun way to do with the kids. it seems like they have so much fun doing it....

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  11. That's a fun thing to do for the occasion.

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  12. This is the first year that we didn't do eggs. It's kind of bittersweet. My kids are getting older but at the same time, I really always hated dying eggs!

    Have a wonderful Easter.

    Erica

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  13. We just colored eggs tonight. I will buy a couple kits on clearance on Monday and we will color eggs a couple other times during the year. I love the fun involved in it, hiding them is always fun.

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  14. What do you use to dye the eggs? I'm planning an egg hunt inside our house only for the kids even if it's past Easter na. We'll make it tomorrow once I'm done with this work assignment.

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  15. We just started ours last night! My daughter is so excited of getting those eggs out from the colored water and decorate each today! :)

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  16. Jennifer Williams, that is a genius idea to stock up on the dye AFTER Easter and enjoy egg coloring at other times of the year. I've also read about some people putting one of the tablets in their faucet so the water comes out colored for April Fool's Day. I might try that this year!

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  17. coming back here for OYG. love ms. burrito's hello kitty blouse.

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  18. We did easter coloring this year also over at my hubs grandmas. It was so fun to see my son color the eggs and put the stickers on by himself. In other years we have had to help him. He felt so independent and he actually ate one for breakfast this morning!

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