Tania wants a goddess for a glorious Spring. We must give her Eostre, the English (albeit originally German) goddess of spring and rebirth.
Notice any similaries?
That's because the word Easter comes from Eostre, and we have Eostre to thank for all the fun stuff about Easter.
Easter bunnies? Eostre used to be carried around by a giant hare.
Easter eggs? They were one of Eostre's symbols.
New life? That's what spring is about, baby: winter ends, which means death ends, and new life begins, as marked by the sudden proliferation of cute little animals, especially birds and bunnies.
Chocolate? Not Eostre at all. The poor English had never even imagined a little Cadbury Egg when Eostre was doing her thing since Cacao is native to South America. But, as Eostre would be the first to say, out with the old and in with the new. So eat all the chocolate you want this Easter! But just don't read this. It will spoil the whole thing.