I don’t know about you, but one of my favorite things to do is raid my local grocery store after certain holidays and buy chocolate and candy at a super discounted price. I have a serious sweet tooth, which makes it very difficult to resist the call of my favorite sugary treats – especially when they’re dirt cheap! And now that Valentine’s Day is over, retailers are stocking their shelves for occasions like St. Patrick’s Day and Easter… so that means I’ll be able to replenish my supply soon.

Personally, what I’m looking forward to the most are the Cadbury Mini Eggs, a sweet everyone in my family can’t get enough of. However, while many of us can’t wait to get our hands on this delicious treat, there are others who have some serious concerns about it.

A woman who runs a child behavior Facebook page is urging parents to think twice before letting their kids eat Cadbury Mini Eggs.

Nanny Valentine claims that the eggs pose a choking hazard to children and is advising parents to cut them in half if they plan on serving them.

“Many parents are now aware of the dangers of grapes and cut them in half.”

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How does she approach the issue with her own children?

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