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Wibu to eat this Easter Egg on behalf of DS3 ;-)

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M0naLisa Tue 26-Mar-13 23:10:35

My auntie brought round my 3 boys a Thorntons Easter egg today with each of the boys names on.

Ds3 is 16 weeks wibu to eat it on his behalf wink

70isaLimitNotaTarget Tue 26-Mar-13 23:14:39

Your 16 week doesn't have any teeth yet does he? So you can't say you are saving him from himself.

Eat the other DS eggs (I'm assuming they're older so you'll be saving their teeth)?

Or if you are EBF your 16 weeker- go ahead. He'll get the benefit .


M0naLisa Tue 26-Mar-13 23:16:59

Good point grin wink

All thought my 7 and 5 yr olds wouldn't appreciate me eating their eggs haha

M0naLisa Tue 26-Mar-13 23:17:15

Not bfing either hmmm

breatheslowly Tue 26-Mar-13 23:18:40

Easter eggs don't keep very well. It will definitely be off by the time you start weaning. I'd keep it till Sunday but not much beyond then. I think they may have a "Once open eat within 3 days" label too.

pixiegumboot Tue 26-Mar-13 23:18:43

Done it. eaten Smarties and fireman Sam so far.

M0naLisa Tue 26-Mar-13 23:27:05

Hmm very good point. Don't want it going off wink will just have to open it on Sunday wink

midastouch Wed 27-Mar-13 00:19:08

YABU thats unfair to eat just one of them, so eat them all! Ive already had to replace my DS easter egg, DP does not know though as he'd be disgusted with me!

raisah Wed 27-Mar-13 01:47:04

Bought my 2 dc the Cadburys buttons egg with soft toy. I will eat the chocolate and they can have the toy.. Fair deal!

KC225 Wed 27-Mar-13 01:57:49

After Easter I often find myself having to help DC's out by eating some( a lot) left over chocolate - we all know that once opened, it's on the turn and waste in this current economic climate should be a crime

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