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Shabbat dinner – behind closed doors

posted by Homeshuling

While the grownups were sitting around the kitchen table on Friday night, drinking homebrew and eating chinese takeout (a real treat for me, after spending the afternoon digging a garden), here’s what the kids were up to. I wouldn’t have had a clue had they not also swiped the camera.

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I guess I shouldn’t be surprised, given Zoe’s reaction to a havdallah gathering we attended a few months ago.


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Minnesota Mamaleh

posted June 6, 2010 at 2:42 pm


love it amy! pure joy and fun– *that’s* what it’s all about! a girlfriend and i were just talking about the jumping-on-the-bed phenomenon. and when do you grow out of the “i am so excited you’re here/ to be at your house so i’m going to go jump on the bed!!” :) good times :)



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Bonnie

posted June 8, 2010 at 11:38 am


And what a wonderful way to bring in the Sabbath, with joyous bouncing and making faces–oh, and some great Chinese takeout!



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Homeshuling

posted June 11, 2010 at 9:41 am


It wasn’t that great. The takeout, that is.



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Dawn

posted June 12, 2010 at 4:25 pm


Too cute! Thanks for sharing



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Frume Sarah

posted June 16, 2010 at 8:09 pm


Um…you never grow out of it. The thrill of jumping for joy, that is.



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