We've spent the last couple of weeks rearranging the house and cleaning. Last week, by far, has been our BUSIEST cleaning season ever. We had our first seder with the children last night. Below are photos from our table.
The tablecloth is from my husband's grandparents, the plates are from Ikea (paper plates and cups), napkins are cloth, and from the US, the toys are all Playmobil, Schleich and frogs from a kit I found at a discount store. The seder plate is one typically sold this time of year in many stores in the US, the candlesticks are from a local shop, flowers are from a local online craft catalogue, and the carafe is filled with water and red food dye. The plastic packets are filled with poppy seeds and psyllium to simulate gnats, lice and fleas. The "mummy" is from a limited Playmobil Magazin, and represents Joseph, who was "carried out of Egypt". The ghost pirate and skeleton were representations of death of the firstborn.
While we rest and recouperate, we would like to wish you a Happy Passover!