Passover seder plate (illustrative).
(photo credit: WIKIPEDIA)
Passover and parenting: The two go together like milk and cookies. Except for last week when you were desperately trying to prepare for Passover with your little ones home from school and underfoot, and the big ones asleep, instead of helping you get ready. So much to do and too much stress.It’s easy to lose sight of what’s important and the children feel our tension in the lead-up to the holiday. They are out of routine and you’re out of patience – not a good combination. With the Seder experience behind you, hopefully having left your children with fond memories, perhaps now everyone is feeling more relaxed and enjoying some family time. That said, family time can be a recipe for drama and disaster.
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