How Many is Too Many

Rebecca Autry

I am a Christian mom that loves to create and save money. Give me cardboard and tape and I will create. Give me coupons and I will show you how to find a great price. I like expressing love to others with cards, decorations and savings. I enjoy having fun and yes I bleed Blue and Orange! Go Broncos!

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  1. Dwn says:

    We have done about 3 in the kids are now too old for the hunts (youngest is 9 and feels he is too old lol). We save our eggs and between myself, MIL and SIL the kids always had enough eggs. I don’t think I had bought new eggs to fill after we started it since we saved them. Maybe I’d buy a dozen or 2 if I felt like it but with me having 3 we always had enough eggs. My MIL would take a dozen and put change in them and with 6 grandkids would take 6 eggs number them 1-6 and put $1 in them. If you found a number egg you couldn’t get another one, leave for someone else. They always helped each other too. We use to do Resurrection eggs that if no one has heard of are a dozen eggs that held a piece of the Resurrection story. My husband would make a big deal about those eggs explaining each one to the kids (he was a children’s pastor when the kids were little) and tell them the story.

    I think for as many kids as you have in your family 5 is a perfect number. I’d go crazy if I did more than that and now I miss that my kids don’t want to hunt anymore 🙂 But I do get to fill a dozen for my 2 yr old nephew and because I want to not because I have to 🙂

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