Oh, gawd, the push for 'easter baskets', filled with tiny crappy toys that you just KNOW have sharp corners and are going to stay on the floor and be stepped on by parents at 1am, no doubt (*grumble, grumble*)
No. Nonono. No.
I think we might wind up spending 50$ total for Easter this year... 10$ for chocolate eggs for a property-wide egg hunt for the kids, 10$ for decorating supplies (aka: mostly craft supplies for the kids to have fun with in the prior month... garlands? Tissue paper eggs hung in the windows like stained glass? Bring it on, sure, have fun!), and ingredients for an extended family brunch. It's what we did last year, it was super fun, everyone loved it, and no one had to actually keep or store anything afterwards.
This whole 'turn every holiday into a present-giving holiday' thing is nonsense. I don't WANT my kids receiving 10$ items to forget to put away every few weeks. High-quality open-the-imagination toys at Christmas and birthdays, sure, but not 15 different things every year! (That said, if you give my kids clutter, at least give me wine so I can deal with it appropriately! ;) )