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Holidays

Chanukah {2018}

I’m just now getting around to sorting through my pictures from Chaunkah and it was already one month ago! So here we go… We welcomed Chanukah with a surprise breakfast! We had chocolate milk, doughnuts and make your own yogurt parfaits. We had such a fun morning! Night #1 Our day started with a visit …

Holidays

Chanukah {2017}

Chanukah is not a big holiday in our family (or in the Jewish religion). However hubby and I try to make it special with a few family traditions. Chanukah is 8 nights so to celebrate we light the chanukiah and open a gift each night. Night #1 We started Chanukah with a visit to a …

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Chanukah {2016}

Chanukah is not a big holiday in our family (or in the Jewish religion). However hubby and I try to make it special with a few family traditions. Chanukah is 8 nights so to celebrate we light the menorah and opening a gift each night. This year it started in Christmas Eve and ended on …

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Chanukah {2015}

Before the busy holiday season even started Sarah and I got busy working on sending our family and friends our holiday card. My special helper made sure each card had her personal touch, a blue or red butterfly stamp. Our Chanukah celebrations started at our synagogue’s Chanukah community lighting. We hung out with our friends, …

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Chanukah {2014}

This year Chaunkah was during our annual trip to Florida. It was also Tiffany’s wedding week so we were super busy. The first night of Chanukah was at my aunt Betty’s house. Sarah playing with her 2nd cousins. Daddy even sent her a gift so that she can open it on the first night. The …

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Sarah is 9 Months Old

For the first year of Sarah’s life I documented her milestones on my iPhone. I also managed to take monthly pictures. Now that she has is two years old, I thought it would be fun to backtrack. Plus blogging is a lot more fun to display milestones than a baby book. Sarah’s 9 Month Stats: …

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Chanukah {2012}

Chanukah is not only a fun holiday, but the story behind it is great too! It’s not the most important holiday that we celebrate, but mostly a holiday for kids to experience. My tradition growing up was to light the menorah each night, recite a few prayers, open gifts (one gifts each night), sing songs, …

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