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To eat my children's easter eggs

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neverknowinglyunreasonable Thu 27-Apr-17 14:44:01

I am home and they are not and I've just eaten a whole (medium sized) egg.

It feels wrong but tastes right.

I feel a tiny bit guilty. I've thrown the wrapper away and hoped they don't remember. The fact I don't think they'll notice is a sign they were given too much chocolate. Is this bad?

RavioliOnToast Thu 27-Apr-17 14:46:07

Pfft, I would never allow the dcs not eat that much chocolate. It's our duty to assist with such things...

<hides buttons wrapper in bin>

sleepyhead Thu 27-Apr-17 14:53:36

Yanbu. Dh & I realised a few days ago that the dcs had forgotten about their last 2 eggs.

They were very tasty.

emmalie Thu 27-Apr-17 14:54:51

It's for their own good OP!hmmgrin

ClarkWGriswold Thu 27-Apr-17 15:29:18

Meh if they had so much that one tiny medium sized egg won't be missed then go for it.

My DDs' eggs are all on top of the fridge and they haven't thought to look up and ask for them (they're 5 and 3). I'm wondering how long it will take for DH to raid the stash TBH

DaisyQueen Thu 27-Apr-17 15:32:21

My dc recieved far too many so me and OH were eating them on the evenings once they went to bed. I'm sure the dentist will appreciate your intervention.

monkeytoad35 Thu 27-Apr-17 15:52:30

My 21 month old had 6 easter eggs, way too much for him, so I took it upon myself to help him out grin

Justmadeperfectflapjacks Thu 27-Apr-17 15:53:40

We made crispy cakes last night with lots of Easter eggs. . .
I ate 4 today!! grin
No shame or guilt whatsoever. .

notfromstepford Thu 27-Apr-17 16:10:42

Not at all - it's your duty and it's for their own good grin

Mine both got far too many and have forgotten about them now. The Freddo one I ate last night was lovely!

justkeepswimmingg Thu 27-Apr-17 18:20:06

How have you still got Easter eggs in the house OP?! I ate my DS Easter eggs ages ago, eat them! wink

DangerousBeanz Thu 27-Apr-17 18:21:44

I just scoffed one off my daughter's creme eggs then read this.

That's all I'm saying on the subject.

BellyBean Thu 27-Apr-17 19:16:52

Just as long as they don't rumble. DD aged 3 was finishing of the last of one of her eggs, 'ah that's all the Easter chocolate finished' I say. No mummy' she pipes up, 'there's a little one in th cupboard, we can share it later!'

Bugger! She got guilt-induced fairy wings from the Easter bunny who 'lost' the last egg the following day.

MrsBellefleur Thu 27-Apr-17 19:19:06

I may have melted down dd's chocolate bunny last night, mixed in rice crispies and ate it straight out of the bowl.

GeillisTheWitch Thu 27-Apr-17 19:19:14

I bought one for my friend's DD but my friend keeps flaking out on me when I try to make plans so I haven't seen her to hand it over. DH says it's weird to give an egg 2 weeks after Easter and we should just eat it grin.

MoonDuke Thu 27-Apr-17 19:23:36

I bought the eggs with the intention of eating some of them. I didn't get any myself. And the boys prefer the hunt to the chocolate...

Newbiecat Thu 27-Apr-17 19:26:53

I laughed so much when I read this thread- I nearly posted the same last week! My kids are 6&4 and honestly I think I have eaten 50% of their eggs hmm so much so I had an emergency dash to the local shop on Easter Saturday to replace 2 of them incase they noticed! I couldn't even bring myself to tell hubby, what a piggy I am!

thenewaveragebear1983 Thu 27-Apr-17 19:30:05

I'm supposed to be low carb/sugar free dieting so my summer clothes fit me.
Just eaten several chocolate eggs, the small size hollow ones, while washing the bottles. Dammit.

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