I'm not surprised. I bought groceries today & commented to the checkout operator how busy it was. She told me the 2 trading days before Easter are apparently their busiest time of year :-0
I bought DS a $5 egg. DH gets a $6 egg (from DS) and my parents & their partners each get $5 Lindt bunnies.
It all adds up though.
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I got all my Easter eggs at Kmart and big w. I'm not surprised but i am shocked if that makes sense. Thats a lot of money for just one shop for just easter eggs. I'm not really into Easter it's just chocolate (not religious) but the kids enjoy it so I do it for them. I spent about $60 on dd and her 7 cousins. I still think I spent too much.
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05-04-2012 22:23 #67
Grrrrr... This thread has made me so angry! I WANT CHOCOLATE!!!!!!!!!!!!! Do I drive to the servo or not... Yes... No... I might just go to bed instead.
Oh my goodness.. I really want a Cadbury Easter egg right now = (
06-04-2012 05:07 #68
I'm not surprised. Easter eggs are expensive.
I went to the grocery clearance store and they had 2 for $5 of the purple Cadbury bunnies. So 1 for ds (who is only 1 and will get a little taste and I'll eat the rest hehhe) and 1 for dh. Also got a bag of red tulip eggs for $2.50. So a total $7.50 on Easter chocolate.
My mum was going to buy ds something but she didn't know what I get as we move interstate in 5 weeks, and she didn't want to get chocolate. So she just gave us the $20 cash.
I may buy some pjs for him as he has none.
06-04-2012 05:54 #69
I bought my nephew a dinner set. It has a little tea cup style cup, a bowl, a plate, a knife, fork and spoon. It's a good quality one, melamime with stainless steel cutlery. It's cream and blue. I stuck a toy duckling in with it, but my kitten took the duckling and claimed it so my nephew just has a dinner set. He's 11 months old and so far eats with his fingers off the floor, but I try to help them be civilised.
06-04-2012 06:28 #70
well I've spent pretty much nothing as no kids haha bought a hubber a bunny for $5 and her son a truck with 3 little eggs in it for $10! may buy mum and sister something tomorrow
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