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So DH asked me today if I had put together DD's easter basket yet from the Easter Bunny (she's 10 months). I just kinda looked at him like he was joking, but he was very serious. In his family, every Easter, his parents put together a basket of candy and toys and then told him it was from the Easter bunny. My family, needless to say, never did this and I never believed in the Easter bunny. Sure I went on Easter egg hunts, but I knew adults had placed the eggs there, not some bunny. Well, he believed in the Easter bunny and thought it was a great thing and that we should lead our DD to believe there is an Easter bunny. I've never heard of this before? Anyone else? Anyone else tell their kids there's an Easter bunny and give baskets likes this? Note: please don't flame me; I seriously have never heard of this before and am very curious if other families do this! I personally do not like the idea of lying to DD about a bunny at Easter. I never thought anyone took the Easter bunny seriously. Like, I know lots of kids who believe in Santa Claus, but the Easter bunny??