Wednesday, May 4, 2011


Ever since I was little we would spend a few months out of the year eating a lot of eggs getting ready for Easter. The egg would be carefully cracked so only a small hole at the top was made. Then the saving would begin. Hopefully, by the time Easter approached you had enough eggs to do some serious damage to your family.

This year Katy and I made Cascarones, otherwise known as confetti eggs, for the first time. After serious egg eating we ended up with nearly 10 dozen perfectly cracked egg shells. Katy and the boys dyed every egg, with some help from cousin A.

CRG and BJG had lots of fun hanging out with Cousin A and prepping all the eggs for confetti. Of course we left that for Katy and I to do. Can you imagine the mess of 2 3years old and a 1 year old trying to fill 120 eggs with confetti? Instead, just 2 days after completing this project they were all smashed except for one straggler. We'll see when that one comes out....and who deserves it the most! Hope everyone had an outstanding Easter!

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