How To Make Glow In The Dark Easter Eggs

Here is fun activity for Easter or any other time of year when your kids need a good camping or backyard activity – a glow in the dark Easter egg hunt!

What you need to make these glow in the dark Easter eggs:

2″ glow sticks or glow stick necklaces or bracelets, if you can’t find the 2″ size.

Use rubber bands to bind the larger glow sticks into balls that will fit inside a plastic Easter egg.

Put the glowsticks inside plastic Easter eggs.

Hide them outside after dark or inside with the lights off.



Decorating A Kid’s Bunk Bed For Holidays

One of the few things I miss about living in a house is having room to store holiday decorations. At home, I had a few things to sit out for each holiday. I can’t justify keeping those things in the limited storage of my RV. There is too much other regular-use stuff that has to take a higher priority like seasonal clothes and tools.

One of the areas of the RV where I had unused space was in the box I keep under the bunks for extra bedding. I had about half that box free, so I thought, “What can I reasonably use this space for?”  I thought about it off and on for awhile. When the fall and winter holiday season began to roll around, I was beginning to miss having some special holiday decorations for my daughter to look at and enjoy. Then it hit me. I could decorate her bunk bed with special holiday themed sheets for each of the holidays!

So, I began shopping on Ebay for some good deals. After a few weeks, I had managed to find deals on a set of sheets for each of these holidays: Valentine’s Day, Easter, Halloween / Fall and Christmas. I bought used sheets for Halloween and Christmas because there really wasn’t much to be had at that time for those holidays. I got the Halloween sheets for 99 cents plus shipping! I am still looking for an American flag themed set for the Summer holidays.

My daughter loves her holiday sheets, and it’s just a small thing I’m doing to make her bunk bed space her own and to provide some holiday excitement.
I’ve had fun doing it, as well. The sheet sets fold up pretty small, and I still have some extra space in the box.

I can’t do the whole bed with blankets, comforters, etc. due to space and the fact that my daughter is really attached to her 2 fleece blankets she always sleeps with. You will see in the pictures that I don’t use a top sheet on her bunk. She doesn’t like to be encumbered with a top sheet so it always ends up wadded up in the corner or twisted everywhere. That’s alright with me because it gives me 2 sheets I can rotate for use as bottom sheets

Below are photos of the Christmas and Valentine’s Day sheets I used. I will post the Halloween and Easter sets when I find the time.

Valentine’s Day Sheets

Christmas Sheets


Easter Sheets

Halloween and Fall Sheets Pics Coming Soon!

Easter Dress

After we had eaten our dinner, Mommy finally let me put on my pretty Easter dress and new sandals. After I was dressed, we took lots of pictures and hunted Easter eggs. Mommy filled her camera with pictures before the hunt began. I was impatient to get started, so she didn’t have time to dump the camera to take egg hunting pics. That’s okay though, because Mimi and Aunt took a lot of pictures of the hunt.