Hide ’em & Hatch ’em Eggs Review

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Easter is just days away so it is time to make CARING packages for my grand ones. Filled with lots of love and little things, I can just hear all seven squealing (depending on their age), “Toys, candy, money, Grammy,” in delight when each gets his/her own special basket with all kinds of eggs–decorated real ones, Hopping ones, Play-Doh ones with bunny and chicks, and best of all Hide ’em & Hatch ’em pastels (Just wait until the little ones see what is inside–three different pets).

I know how my grandchildren love animals. One of the things I did with each of them was feeding ducks, geese, and seagulls. So when I discovered Hide ’em & Hatch ’em Eggs it brought back old times for me and hopefully for them.

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Follow these steps to hatch eggs and see the baby rabbit, baby chick, or baby duck inside break its eggshell and grow:

1. Place the eggs in ROOM TEMPERATURE water (this is critical to the grow process!) Make sure the eggs are completely submerged.
2. In 6 – 12 hours you will see small cracks in the shell. At this point you can help your little friend out by cracking the shell (just like a mama might need to do for her hatchling) or you can change the water and let it continue to grow.
3. You will notice the water (and the baby) will be slippery. This is the material that allows it to grow – it is necessary to change the water so your new friend can grow completely.
4. Continue to change the water daily until your animal hatches on its own or until the animal is done growing.
5. Enjoy your new friend – Once removed from the water shrinkage will probably occur but the animal will harden and is fun to play with!

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Hubby says I act like a little kid at times and I know my hatching an egg was one of them. Impatient me hated the waiting so when I saw cracks in the egg, I wanted to crack the shell. I waited things out and changed the water. Watching and learning is a good thing we should all do more. However, one whole day plus four hours and only a few hairline cracks ended all patience and brought human intervention and a tiny white rabbit still growing in the water. Tomorrow out of water he comes to harden and dry.

Hide ’em & Hatch ’em is a one of a kind, perfect gift. Now I always caution people not to give children live gifts without parental approval. But no problem here. Hide ’em & Hatch ’em are brand new imaginative toys. Plus when the tiny miniatures hatch and harden, they become treasures–cute collectible miniature kits, cockerels/pullets, and ducklings for show or play…so doggone cute.

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FYI: You can buy Hide ’em & Hatch ’em Eggs from Amazon for $8.95. Because of their small parts, they are not suggested for children under three.

Hide Em & Hatch Em Eggs is also on Facebook.

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