As you may imagine, having twins who have cerebral palsy can complicate the egg dyeing process. I finally felt like I had the deal mostly under control this year. I recognize that may be partly due to having half the amount of children immersed in food coloring, a home health aid by their sides, and no one under the age of twelve present, but indulge me and allow me to feel like something in this crazy life was under control.
First thing we did was skip the temptation to go with one of those cute looking kits. I went back to the "retro" method of food coloring in vinegar/water and poured it into VERY STURDY BOWLS. (No more tipped over cups happening here) We also slipped the egg into a WIRE WHISK which allowed for much more control and kept the fingers out of the dye. It worked fabulously!
MUFFIN TINS to dry our eggs, so we followed tradition and set them aside to have some lunch:
CUPCAKE STAND to admire our beautiful, marbled, shiny creations!
The results are in: a good time was had by all. EVEN Momma!