Monday, April 1

Holiday Fun:Glow-In-The-Dark Style

Easter egg hunts no longer require sunlight. The hunt can be much more challenging for the older kids, if the eggs are hunted for under the moonlight. Adding glow-in-the-dark eggs to the mix is a way to add some excitement to

your traditional Easter Egg Hunt.

Add a glow stick 

Glow-stick bracelets are available at most dollar stores. We had used a dozen glow-stick bracelets, dozen med size plaster eggs, and some tape. Open the plastic egg, snap the bracelet, you might want to shake the bracelet a little. Roll up the bracelet glow sticks, put them in an plastic egg (you might need to put a little tape around the egg, depending on the size of the egg), then hide them around the yard. You could also do this in your house with the lights off.

So don't be afraid to try something new, step out of the box, out of the normal. Who knows, your teenager might actual enjoy playing along with the younger kids.

Little Bitty