Coloring Easter Eggs

Yeah, I know-Easter was almost a week ago and I'm just now posting these pictures. Better late than never, right?

I was so excited to color eggs with our little man. I thought he'd have a blast and I'd get some cute pictures.

Here are the eggs that we started with.

He was so excited to figure out what was going on!

We even got a family picture...with him eating a crayon.

THEN came the color. There was a spoon, so he thought it was "nummys"(food). He kept saying "Nummy, Nummy, Nummy"! Then he got mad at us because we told him that he couldn't eat it. He tried anyway-see the green on his chin?

So we took an extra cup and filled it with water and let him go. He was not gentle at all-see the egg-being tossed OVER the cup?

We also had the option of painting them. That part went OK-until he tried putting that in his mouth too.

The front two are the eggs that he colored. The one on the left is the egg that was being tossed in a previous picture!

For some reason I didn't take many pictures on Easter day so I'll include those in this post.

In the morning we went to early service at church so we had to hurry and do Easter Bunny. Did you notice his wild bed head?

Here he is later in the day pushing the bubble mower that the Easter Bunny at my mom's house brought him!

And that's it! I'm am usually taking tons of pictures, but I was completely slack on Easter!

I'll post the Easter Egg Hunt pictures in a little while along with the Easter Bunny pictures. Pin It!


Teri said...

How cute! And thank you for pointing out which egg was the tossed one. I was having a hard time finding it. :-)

Confession: my teens decided that white boiled eggs were good enough this year. Yeah, no color. Fun stuff.

Abby said...

Fun! G had a great time coloring eggs this year too. He did ok, it wasn't as messy as I thought it might be. And wow! The Easter bunny brought a lot to your house! I love the bubble mower. We might need one of those!

Mighty M said...

Love the family shot with him eating a crayon!! Whatever works, right? :-)

Kelli said...

Great pictures!! His eggs look a lot like the ones that we dyed at our house too! More than one egg got dropped or thrown this year!

Betsy said...

I hear you on the egg dying. We had alot of fun last year, but I missed out this year when we were stuck in the hole. :(

Stacie's Madness said...

great pictures!

Kerry said...

way to cute,i don't even bother with the egg decoration thing, my kids seem to always get to go to egg hunts,they are pros now,was way cute when they are little like your little guy

come check my blog,i'm having no visits,i'm new at this,but i am feeling i am writing to!!!!

A Family Completed... said...

I may need a bubble blower! Evan must've gotten a haircut cause he looks like a big boy! I like his "crackle" egg. what a way to get the effect.

Barely Domestic Mama said...

Looks like Evan had a great Easter. I see he likes Thomas the Tank Engine. I couldn't get Little Monkey to dye eggs with us. He tried eating the egg before the dyeing process. Eck!

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