I don’t have kids, and I think my views on Easter egg hunts are a good example of why.
When given the opportunity, I want to hide every Easter egg in clever, out-of-the-way spots so as to make them challenging to find. I know, I know; an Easter egg hunt is supposed to be a fun activity, but why not add an extra layer of problem solving on top?
So this Easter, I hope someone out there has made camouflage eggs to challenge their children. Changing things up can be a lot of fun.
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