What does Easter look like in our house? Probably not much different to yours, I suspect.
Maybe some minor differences.
I used to have an Egg Hunt, but with 2 out of 3 children that cannot lose........at anything, This is no longer an option.
The Easter Bunny is not mentioned. Simply because, even though he was fine losing his teeth, mention of the tooth fairy brought on a full meltdown! I had to tell him that she wasn't real, and show him where we had put his tooth. He didn't even want the £1 that we put out.
So fear, that is why I will not mention 'you know who'
Then there are the actual eggs. My children are so fussy, not normal fussy, autism fussy. Little A lives on nuggets and chips/potato based products, certain 'colour' crisp packets, bread/toast, and chocolate of a certain kind/colour. There is no variation, we are over the moon if he tries anything, even slightly different. As for 'wet' food, not a hope.
The problem is, others buy eggs that don't follow the rules. So we have to mix the eggs up, or open them straight away, just to prove that it is 'normal' chocolate. Eggs with fillings are a big no go.
One up side, my children only eat until they are full. So you will rarely see a tonne of eggs eaten in one go.
As for Easter Sunday Dinner. That will be a normal Sunday dinner, with normal trimmings.............and a side of chicken nuggets and chips!!