Step 2: Fire it up!
Then, of course, we whip up our eggs, (and milk, if you want). Depending on your style, some people whip in some of the condiments in there, as well. Such as bacon bits, diced onions, whatever.
Then after about 5 minutes of heating, you carefully pour the mixture into one of the waffle "cells". Make sure the entirety of the cell is covered up, and don't worry if it starts to overflow into a cell next to it. If you're making more than one, just fill that one up too.
Now put the top of the iron down, and let the magic go! My eggs were a little aggressive and started to push the top up as it expanded. If you want to hold it shut, that's all up to you. If you do, it may add more heat to the top of it, making it more even with the bottom half.
(Bare with me, that I don't have pictures for these steps.)