“Mommy, put down your iPad and cuddle with me,” my four year old whines this morning in the sukkah. I hear him. And I certainly get what he’s saying. But I can’t. I can’t get away from the images swarming in my head, from the images that didn’t stop all night long, of Rabbi Eitam… Read More And Who Will Hug Naama’s Four Year Old?
The Sukkot holiday started on Sunday night, and as usual, I found myself rushing around right before lighting candles and ushering in the holiday. “Mommy,” Yehuda called while I was setting up in the kitchen. “There’s a banana bread there that Avital just brought over.” “What?” I said, completely sure that I had to have… Read More The Banana Bread Bond
Yesterday, I experienced one of my all-time favorite parenting moments. We took my in-laws to the old train station which has been totally renovated and revitalized. It is an amazing location to walk around, enjoy a day out and check out the array of free entertainment that they have available at all hours. There was… Read More Zumba Anyone?