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Saturday, March 27, 2010

No dying of eggs here!

We are still uncertain if our daughter has an egg allergy.  I just haven't had the heart to do the blood test.  Her last skin test was questionable in August, so I figured we just wait until she's 3 and do extensive testing then.  With that said, we don't want to endanger her with dying Easter eggs.  Instead, we painted wooden eggs.  You can find them at a craft store and maybe even Wal-Mart.  Remember just because food allergies limit us, that doesn't mean there aren't options.

First we painted the wooden eggs with white tempera paint and let them dry overnight.  They actually were dry within an hour, but painting with a toddler is a process, to say the least.

The next day, we picked paint colors and painted the eggs.  I gave our daughter the freedom to do whatever she wanted.  I did encourage her to use many colors on the last egg (she even used two brushes at the same time).  The first two eggs she painted were just one color each.

1 comment:

  1. That is a fun idea. It is great she can still decorate eggs, even if they are not real eggs. I think that is just as fun.


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