Probably $5 on an Easter egg, but our easter thing is to go to the easter show and that costs a bomb!
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26-03-2013 13:06 #71
26-03-2013 13:43 #72
That's a lot of chocolate LMF lol
26-03-2013 13:53 #73
Hardly anything. The kids get a bunny each and we have a little Easter egg hunt with a bag of little eggs.
26-03-2013 14:06 #74Senior Member
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26-03-2013 14:08 #76
my kids probably get quite a few eggs but they don't get chocolate any other time - not because I'm strict about it they just aren't chocolate eaters and if we buy it I wind up eating it.
I have a really bad short term memory at the moment and bought eggs a week or so I completely forgot about so bought more over the weekend so they will get a few. But like I said they're not really into chocolate so I know who'll wind up demolishing it.
26-03-2013 14:22 #77
I spend about $30 on eggs for hunting, sometimes less :-)
26-03-2013 15:19 #78Senior Member
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About $60 all up
That includes some pjs for 14 week old DS, pjs and some eggs for an Easter hunt for 3 year old DD and a colouring book and small bunny for my best friends 2 kids
26-03-2013 15:28 #79
I bought $12 worth of eggs for an egg hunt and will spend another $12 buying moshi monsters to hide in plastic eggs foe the hunt. And thats it
We are going to the easter show this year which is spoiling them a bit but im eager for them to experience it
26-03-2013 15:31 #80
Don't really celebrate it due to not being religious, but I buy DS one big chocolate egg and some smaller ones for hiding around the back yard anyway since the government devote a holiday to it every year. About $30 all up.
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