Ah, that spiritual feeling of having a tummy full of chocolate eggs. It's not really in the spirit of the whole resurrection thing, is it? Unless you eat enough of them that you then resurrect your lunch, and the chocolate, all over the floor.
If there's one lesson we can all take from Easter it's this - children don't know when to stop.
That's a fact. If you're feeding your child and you're thinking, they'll let me know when they're full, think back to your childhood. Think back to Easter. And think back to forcing that chocolate down even though you're going to vom any second. Children don't know. Or they don't care. Either way, they'll keep on eating and next thing you know your child will be on one of those ten ton toddler morning television specials.
And nobody wants that.
That's an important Easter lesson. But then, I shouldn't judge. I'll eat myself silly until I feel ill and then still find room for desert. Mmmmm...ice cream. I should get some ice cream now. It's early but, hey, it's Easter!
Happy Easter everyone!