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    Default Who else is still eating easter eggs?

    I'm slowly making my way through the giant stash. Currently eating a big Chocolatier milk chocolate egg. mmmm nom nom nom! Who else still has chocolate? I feel like mine will never end! I think everyone assumed it was ok to give DS lots of chocolate this year as he's 2, but he really doesn't have a sweet tooth, so he will sometimes ask for a chocolate egg if he sees me with one, but he'll just lick it a few times and then leave it lying somewhere

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    We still have HEAPS!! I hardly bought any from the Easter Bunny,they got heaps from everyone else!! I hid them in the dryer as the boys were constantly in the fridge gorging on chocolate!

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    None here. We buy just a few eggs and the other gifts are books or art and craft stuff.

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    I wish I was!! Sadly mine are all gone... DH's are still in the fridge as he went back to work before he could finish them all...it's very tempting but I am trying to be good and not eat his stash!!

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    All ours are gone

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    Lol. I just popped one in my mouth and then clicked 'new post' and saw your thread. So yep, I'm still eating them. Right now.

    My kids don't actually like chocolate, they just like getting the eggs. So I've been left with a stash of chocolate of questionable quality.

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    We still have HEAPS!!! There is more chocolate in our fridge than anything else lol Probably didn't help that I went and bought loads more after easter when they were ridiculously cheap

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    Yeah. Stocked up for the half price sale

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    Just when I thought we'd gotten to the bottom of our pile we got given 3 more big ones! I polished off the second one today so we have one left (and a couple if the little ones too).

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    We have about 3/4 bags full of eggs. I'll get stuck in once my baby is born and the GD is gone!


 

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