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    bunkx is offline Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect. It means that you've decided to look beyond the imperfections
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    Ss, dd1 & dd2 got
    Freddo egg $5ea
    Cadbury Bunny $2ea
    Cadbury Solid eggs $2.50ea
    Cadbury Large egg $3ea


    Dd1 got 2 pairs of pjs $20, dd2 pjs were $40 she loves the onesies & Ss will either get $20 or some item of clothing

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    Nieces & nephews are getting a Lindt bunny each
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    No idea.

    Got:
    20 pack of hunting eggs.
    A Cadbury bunny each child (2).
    A big bag of solid eggs.

    That's all, and enough for my 2 (and DF and I).

    My two are 2 and 5 years old.

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    It will be very little as we don't really celebrate it!

    I will get some chocolate for my folks and brother because they do tend to buy us something each year. I estimate I'll spend about $20 on them combined.

    DH and I will probably get some mini eggs or something to share at home, though I'll be very restrained because I've been eating sensibly lately and I'm starting to see results.

    DS will get a very small chocolate offering as he is only 2.

    I estimate we'll spend all up less than $30.

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    OP - I get what you mean even though we didn't spend much this year. It feels like everything costs so much these days!

    Also, I reckon a lot of people would have bought eggs/hot cross buns etc in the weeks (months!) before Easter because they put them out so ridiculously early. So that should probably be included in people's tally too.

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    I usually spend about $30 each for my 2. But they are older now. 11 and 13 respectively. They get huge amounts of small eggs, a large bunny, and some medium hollow eggs.

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    I spent $5 on a small bag (about 200g) of assorted eggs for a hunt for 2yo DS, $1.50 on a basket and $6 on a box of lindt choccies for DH and I, so $12.50 all up.

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    I have not bought any yet (well not true I bought 5 Lindt bunnies for day care workers $25 ish).

    However, there are a lot to get as we give a small one to each family member (uncles etc just $5 ones), I will get a few large bags for people at work to share and then DS who is 4.5 will get a bunny, hunting medium size and little ones for two hunts. I will probably also get him a toy just because I want to and he will get sick of eating chocolate and I will eat it all.

    I would say after buying all the above $200 but most will be for people outside of our house.

    Edit:went shopping tonight and spent $300 with a couple of more things to get, so there goes my anticipated $200.
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    On chocolate about $15, carton of Cadbury eggs for a hunt and a bunny. I also got a basket, Easter themed book, some Fisher Price Little People eggs, DVD, colouring/sticker book and some PJs. Total about $50, for 2yo.

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    We buy something little for all of our family plus our 5 kids and each other so all up we spent $100. But the younger 3 are getting a bowl, cup plate set thing with 1 egg. The older kids are getting chocolate


 

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