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    $5.00 Easter Bunny
    $18.00 Thomas Gumboots & socks

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    We overspent this year as easter last year at our house was 1 big choc bunny each and a colouring in book ( last year was a bad year for us)

    2x easter baskets $12
    4x crape paper $6

    2x big bunnies
    2x bags of small eggs
    2x cup soon and egg combos
    2x small bunnies
    2 x dozen medium hollow eggs for hunt
    total egg cost $58

    plus we brought them a trampoline $89

    Total for easter 2013 $165

    My littlies are 2 and 4

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    Wow I feel a little OTT now lol

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    DS is not a huge chocolate fan (whats wrong with kids these days! ) so this year I bought him a Kinder Surprise egg, a Skylanders mug with egg and a easter bunny teddy (he loves his teddies). Oh, and than some small eggs for a hunt with the kids that we go away with. Even with all of that- I will more than likely get the chocolate and he'll take the goodies.

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    My kids are getting flanlette winter pjs each they were 8 bucks for the toddler 8.50 for the 3 year old and 9.50 for the 9 year old
    Then a crate of eggs each $18
    A humpty dumpty for the little ones$8
    A bunny for the 9 year old $5
    Plus a bag of little eggs for the hunt$5

    Then 5 blocks of chocolate for my parents dps parents and my brother $25

    And a crate for me and dp to share $10

    So like 100 bucks

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    DS is 16 months, so $0....

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    Bought ds's one bunny and one freddo egg each so $15 between the 2 of them. but they will be getting a pair of pj's each too.

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    What child doesn't like chocolate?? lol

    Everyone in our house has a sweet tooth, especially for cadburys choccie. And if I'm completely honest....... I sneak half theirs

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    Usually aground $50 but I buy toys/PJs (this year DD wants bay blades)

    So far they have 2 rabbits in the freezer ill buy eggs for the hunt and a toy and pjs each.

    This year I'm not buying for anyone else.

    DD is 8
    DS is almost 3

    I don't buy cheap chocolate either, it's crap!
    Last edited by ~BEXTER~; 25-03-2013 at 15:01.

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    No kids yet but we bought my god daughter a lady bug pillow pet from Kmart for $7. She can't have chocolate.

    We bought a bag of cadbury mini eggs to share between DP and I. We have to eat really low fat for a while so that's all we will be getting and it will probably last a while :-)


 

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