I've been babysitting my nephew all day. My son and I decided to make marshmallow bunnies and chicks. As I was cleaning up afterwards my son says to me quite worried "what's wrong with Travis?" I look at my nephew and he had somehow snuck a bottle of food color and had it all up and down his legs. It looked like tattoos. And he had also gotten in ALL OVER MY LEATHER CHAIR!!!!!! I was so furious I had to turn around for a minute and then call my mom over to help me. She of course thought it was so cute and funny which made me more furious. Now that I've calmed down a bit it is pretty funny.
Google homemade marshmallows. It's really easy. Just spread it out on a making sheet to set up and cut it out with whatever cookie cutters you want. Add a few drops of food coloring to the sugar and then roll the marshmallow in it. Making the marshmallow is really messy so it's best to do that part without kid help. It does sound like a lot of work but it actually is really easy
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