12.22.2011

ON THE FIRST NIGHT OF HANUKKAH MY TRUE LOVE GAVE TO ME




swedish clogs for mama
a pan of lasagna for papa
and a bump on the head in the tub for the baby
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ON THE SECOND NIGHT OF HANUKKAH MY TRUE LOVE GAVE TO ME:




chocolate cinnamon bears from kristen
a bottle cap for baby
challah bread with dinner
books in the tent fort
party clothes for mama
and a free ticket for papa to see the knicks that he turned down so he could spend time with his family
(awwww)
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ON THE THIRD NIGHT OF HANUKKAH MY TRUE LOVE GAVE TO ME:




a marshmallow garland for baby
fried chicken for papa
reindeer horns for mama
and staying up wayyyyyyy past bedtime.
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how's your hanukkah been so far?

12 comments :

  1. Adorable! Thanks for the hanukkah love! Challah on Huck's head is extra scrumptious =)

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  2. Christmas & Hannukah? So fun. I'm loving your skirt, where from??

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  3. As a Jew, I'd be proud to claim you as one of ours! Also, just so you know the candles on the menorah are lit from right to left, just the way Hebrew is read :)

    Now, go get yourself some donuts and gelt!

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  4. @madeline -- thanks! it's urban outfitters!

    @i'mbecca -- aww shucks! and shoot i just went and moved all our stickies to the right, thanks!

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  5. I have that same menorah thing...and I've been "lighting" mine wrong too.

    I'm not getting gifts for Hanukkah/Chanukah though...so papa over here is doing something wrong!

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  6. well, i don't know anything about hanukkah but i do LOVE that fox ensemble.

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  7. wow, that skirt is amazing! also, love the clogs. are they comfortable?

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  8. I love this post! My senior year high school musical was Fiddler on the Roof and my classmates who were Jewish threw a traditional Sabbath dinner. I've been fascinated with the religion since. And Challah bread is delicious!

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  9. Awww...when I once belonged to the Mother Church (you know, the Whore of All the Earth, wink wink), our parish always threw a traditional seder dinner. Granted, that was at Easter time, but ohhhh, was it fun. I've always been in love with Jewish culture. I think Hanukkah will feature more prominently in Taylor holiday celebrations to come!

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  10. Though the uber-traditional Karl gets anxious when old Catolic traditions crop up. His mother finally had to talk some sense into him when I mentioned taking my girls to a midnight mass or an Easter service (because let me tell you--Catholics do those holidays RIGHT!). Karl just doesn't understand multireligionism.

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  11. The party clothes "for mama" are super cute!

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  12. The fox sweater! OH I WANT IT. What a nice papa to say no to a basketball game to hang out with his family.

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