My husband is so wonderful that he decided to dye Easter eggs with the kids while Devon and I were in Seattle visiting Kristi, Simon, and little Carlitos.
Dying Easter eggs is especially fun when you have an assortment of eggs to start with. We have white, beige, pinkish, green, and blue eggs along with the tiny spotted quail eggs. We also have all sizes from the quail eggs up to jumbo. It's always fun to see how the different dye colors look on the different colored eggs.
Rod even remembered to put gloves on Owen. We don't know if Easter egg dye would cause him to have seizures, but after the markers and the pumpkin did, we aren't taking any chances.
Brenna threw a little fit because Rod wouldn't let her hold a cup of egg dye. All the other 23 month olds get to hold their own Easter egg dye, don't they?
She finally calmed down enough to enjoy the finished product though.