Rainbow Easter TimeWe had a fun and crazy Easter. We did a fun rainbow theme and the Easter bunny was nice enough to go along with it. We got rainbow goldfish, bubbles, and a kite. We had a lot of fun. All in all, it was a wonderful holiday.
Rainbow Jello Cups
If it isn't clear, we chose a rainbow theme. Lol. I made this rainbow layered jello and did it in individual cups which worked out nicely. These are not hard at all but they are time consuming. You buy yellow, orange, red, green, blue, and purple jello boxes. If you want them like mine, make the red first and then pour the layer into the cups, put them in the fridge for an hour. Then you will pour the orange in and let that set for an hour, and then the yellow and so on until all of them are in the cups. Remember, you need an hour to refrigerate in between each layer. Also, you want to wait for the jello to cool down a little before pouring them into the cups. We waited about ten minutes which was perfect because it hadn't started setting but it wasn't too hot so it didn't melt the jello layers before at all. Anyway, I enjoyed making this even though it did take some patience.
Rainbow water balloons
I love water balloons. The person who loves them even more? Logen! We did this activity last year and he loved it so much, we have been doing them all year. This year, I bought multi colored balloons for Easter. They kind of look like eggs so they go along with Easter well and it's fun for little ones that don't care that much for an Easter egg hunt. All in all, it was a big success. The only downside, he wanted more.
Easter egg hunt with cousin
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