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I guess I wasn’t too traumatized by it since I don’t remember any details, but looking back now, when do kids stop getting Easter baskets? Man, I loved those things and then they ceased to exist. Probably because as you get older you get more expensive to gift things to. At first you’re happy with very inexpensive items and also candy, but as you get older you’re all wanting gift cards and makeup and CDs. (I ended up asking my mom and she said my last Easter basket came when I was 16 so basically my parents rule because I’m pretty sure they could’ve stopped way before that and instead I had a pretty good Easter basket run.)
I loved Easter because it was always like the equivalent of getting a Christmas stocking during the springtime (except for the one unfortunate year when I found out the Easter Bunny truth). As an adult, nobody is making me Easter baskets. If they did, I would want those precious things like sleep, a vacation, more sleep, and maybe some new comfy pajamas to wear. I’d want someone to come clean my house and someone maybe to make all of my week’s dinners for me. While we’re at it, can I have my own manicurist?