Does your Easter bunny hide dyed eggs or chocate eggs?


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I bought a pack of plastic eggs. We've been hiding them for weeks now. Great fun for the kid. After she finds them, we count and then sort by colors. I'm not hiding hard-boiled dyed eggs. I'm worried she won't find one and we'll have a stink bomb. I don't plan to put chocolate in the plastic ones. I bought a handful of candy for the basket and that's it. Her grandparents will make up in candy for what the Easter bunny didn't bring anyway. (A book and small toy and pjs are also going in the basket)

Firebird - posted on 04/23/2011




Dyed eggs every year. =) The chocolate is set up in a nice display with any other treats or toys.

Louise - posted on 04/23/2011




My daughter will be finding tiny baby chicks and plastic eggs that open up to reveal chocolate eggs and chocolate buttons that I have put in there. Each little egg is a portion of chocolate I am happy for her to eat in a day. So she will have chocolate for 2 weeks if she wants it. These eggs will then be washed and used again next year.

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neither! the "easter bunny" got marshall a toddler bed...he's only 17 months old and chocolate and his tummy aren't the best of friend's and sugar eggs are never going to happen for him

JuLeah - posted on 04/22/2011




Usually plastic with a suprise inside .... dyed eggs too, but not that many. They are fun to dye, but my girl gets tired of eating them in her lunch each day

Amy - posted on 04/22/2011




We'll be hiding plastic eggs with little things inside like money or jelly beans and colored eggs. My son doesn't like chocolate.

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