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    No because that's a big part of Easter in our family...... Gorging on chocolate really is the only way to celebrate the season! Both my one year old and 5 year old have been practicing their chocolate consumption for weeks now in preparation!!

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    I got my DD (18months) some of those plastic eggs that come apart. To go in them I have brought some Easter themed stickers, Easter stamps and a couple of the mini choc eggs. I also brought her a book with pictures of bunnies and a basket to put the plastic eggs in.
    I think she will have fun opening the all the eggs and finding the little surprise in them.
    I told the grandparents not to buy her chocolate because they always go overboard, no doubt they still will though.

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    We are pretty skint atm,so I think Easter Bunny will just get them a $5 bag of chocolate eggs from Aldi.
    They are really into easter egg hunt,so will just get some mini eggs for that and they will be stoked

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    I do not overly care at Easter, we eat well and seriously most adults could not handle our diet(our regular eating not a weight related diet "diet") so I doubt indulging at Easter would matter. They have hunts and the Easter bunny leaves soft toys(they love plush toys)

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    I will get them an egg and probably some pyjamas.


 

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