30.3.10

My Afikomen Is Bigger Than Your Afikomen



Part of our Passover tradition is the monkeys searching the house for the afikomen, which is a broken piece of matzah.
This year there was a lot of bickering: “Stop following me go look in your own places”.
As well as pessimism: “I know I’m not going to find it ‘he’ always finds everything first”.
Lucky for them the prize is the same. Candy and stickers makes everyone happy.

11 comments:

sherri said...

I love the stickers. and my kiddos would not turn down a gummy life saver. ever. candy and stickers do make everyone happy. so true.

amy @ switz~art said...

awesome passover gifts!! hope the kiddies love them!

Bo said...

What a fun tradition.

Mała Mi said...

In Poland, children searching eggs :) in garden or park :)
This is the difference of religion... what do You think? :)

wishful nals said...

my husband and i still hide the matzah!

dotblogg said...

I didn't know about this custom:) It must be fun:D so.. have fun and pleasant holidays!:D
kisses from PL
Just

KL girl in MELB said...

That is a cute tradition!

Clair said...

Good idea that you double the treasures. Enjoyed "the bickering".
Clair

Lady Ren said...

Sherri- Stickers make all kids happy- so does candy.
Amy- They did- and very little fighting in the minutes it took them to eat it all.
Bo- Thanks
MalaMi- The Afikomen is a Jewish tradition- In the US and Canada Christian or even not religious North Americans search for Easter eggs and eat lots of candy and chocolates.
Wishful- Welcome- Do you get eachother 'presents' for finding it?
Dotblog- thank you. You too!
KL- the monkeys like it and its fun- a big game of 'hot or cold'
Clair- you would not enjoy 'the bickering' if you could hear it as much as I do!

Mała Mi said...

Mmm... i see :) because i could not find this word in dictionary :)

Thank You :)

Mała Mi said...

Thank You :)

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