On Friday we had Freckles, with her two kids, and HerbiFaerie, with her two kids, over to share a special celebration. Celebrating and sharing our holidays with friends is a new tradition. I want to celebrate more of our holidays and it's just so much fun to share it with our closest friends.
|Princess' Passover toys|
I read the story of Passover while the kids colored . . .
. . . and then the kids made seder plates of their own. Unfortunately, I totally forgot to take any photos of the crafting extravaganza.
On Saturday evening, my sister came over for our Passover dinner. It was not much of a seder (I hope to do that next year) but we did have some non-traditional, traditional foods. We had grain-free gefilte fish with horseradish, charoset, celery dipped in salt water -- all symbolic foods. We couldn't eat matzah because it has gluten, but dinner was delicious and we talked about the meaning of the foods.
|The Four Questions|
|Our Seder Plate|
|Chicken Soup with Natzah balls|