Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Wrath, Indignation, Munchkins...

Every year my grandmother (G.G. for Great-Grandma to LP) comes up with a new and exciting idea to try to keep the kids engaged at the Seder table during Passover. For those of you that aren't Jewish, the Seder can last anywhere from 5 minutes to over an hour. Basically you are sitting at the dinner table, gearing up to eat for a really long time before you actually get to chow down. At my parent's house we had 30 people and it took about 40 minutes to get to the grub.

Last year, LP received Four Question finger puppets. This year, Ten Plague face masks were introduced. Here are some photos of LP and her cousins modeling plague masks. Who knew the wrath of G-d could be so cute?

Thanks to my Aunt Barbara for the photos!

4 comments:

Robyn said...

That is AWESOME!! Kudos to your grandmother for such creativity! I'm DEFINITELY going to be stealing that idea in upcoming years, as Bear had to be removed from the table and placed in front of a Barney video (which we could all hear). Our seders are NEVER shorter than an hour!

KiKi said...

LMAO @: "Who knew the wrath of G-d could be so cute?"

They are all adorable. The butterfly cutie is my favorite, of course (that goes unsaid).

Wenderina said...

That is the cutest Locust I have ever seen.

themommykelly said...

Oh those plague masks are adorable. I am especially fond of the locust invasion! Very sweet!