I am perplexed. Why would you want to sit on the Easter Bunny's lap?
I can understand Santa Clause...there is a mythos of Santa Clause that has been widely created by books, songs, movies, and cultural stories. In fact, films offer different thoughts as to why a kid would want to sit on Big Red's lap. Talking to the big man himself you might create a case for your personal goodness and why you deserve excellent things in your stocking. You are likely to even make suggestions, etc.
But what do you say when you sit on the Easter Bunny's lap? Does the Easter bunny care if you're good or bad...do you make a plea for 70% cacao Godiva chocolate?
There's no good songs about the Easter bunny (I challenge you to name one).
There's no good books about Easter Bunny (Watership Down and the Velveteen Rabbit are definitely not stories about Easter Bunnies).
And frankly most Easter bunny costumes are ugly, frumpy and down-right scary.
I recently asked some friends how mall's could capitalize on Jewish parents in the Spring, and clearly the best Passover exploit would be to have children stand under a door frame with blood dripping on it overhead. Not as cute, but Grandparents always love pictures.
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