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    Only.this year 1 week before her 2nd birthday and they are dairy free chocolates at that due to intolerances. My parents are giving her pj's this yr hoping mil gives no chocolate as still doesnt believe the dairy issues and no lollies and chocolate we havent given her stuff from christmas yet. Mum said we never had before 4 either really as i had severe dairy intolerance too. Lots of stuffed bunnies here

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    Swapped over chocolates in peppa pig set
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    I was so strict with DS about when he had any junk! Then just after he turned 1 someone else had taken him for a walk at my DH footy game and he came back with a lollipop in his mouth. I cried. And we gave him his first choc about 2 weeks later. We still restrict junk and he prefers fruit as a sweet treat most of the time. Definitely loves chocolate like his mummy though! DD is 6 months and defo no junk until much much later.

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    Lol @LoveLivesHere! That's hilarious that your little one helped themselves!

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    Grandparents can be a bit OTT with treat food! They consider it part of their role
    Tell me about it! At family lunch yesterday, MIL put icecream (which DS hasn't had before) on top of the fruit i had for him! Didn't ask, just did it, saying 'Oh its just a little bit' when i protested! Then DS wouldn't eat his fruit at all. LOL.

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    He had some of his chocolate birthday cake at 1 and again at 2, his first proper chocolate at easter( when he understood it ) he was 2.5 - and now at parties, when we go out and order dessert , Easter and any other celebratory occasion if he wants it but he's not overly fussed on chocolate, he would choose a chupa chup over choccy!

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    He had birthday cake at his first birthday, and since then he would have dessert at family things if he was interested, he had an egg at Easter last year when he was 18 months, and he is well aware what chocolate is now at 2.5...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    As the title asks, when did you start giving your little ones chocolate / Easter eggs?
    You mean today? My 3yo had eaten half a bunny by 8am. I've given up on good parenting today.

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    I got less strict as I had more kids. For me, I realized it really doesn't matter too much if they have a taste of chocolate here or there, as long as it's in moderation. I think my DS2 had his first proper taste of sweets at his 1st birthday, he had some chocolate birthday cake.

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    My 17 month old just stole his sister's easyer basket and broke into the eggs.

    So 17 months lol. My DD would have had a couple around 17 months. She doesnt eat it regularly

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    Oh and you're not mean. They dont need it and they dont know what theyre missing out on

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