Passover and Easter Traditions

For many people, this is a weekend full of long held traditions: Seders, egg hunts, worship services, and lots and lots of food. How do you celebrate this holiday weekend?

I can’t get through the title of this one from Mara at Be Nice or Leave without Tevye singing in my head! But it’s worth it for the funny and heart-warming memories that Mara shares about Passover traditions with her family.

Beth’s family has kept many Passover traditions but has also created some of their own as they raise their children.

Dying eggs is probably the most quintessential of the Easter traditions. Erin at My Thirty Spot shares the secret to perfectly boiling and peeling eggs. (We’re dying eggs with the grandparents tonight, so I’m about to follow her instructions!) And Sue from A Finger Click Saver has ideas for ways to dye eggs naturally instead of using artificial dye pellets.

If you’ve not decorated for the holiday and want some quick ideas, Cool Mom Picks has a round-up of fun, free printables. And Jen at Balancing Beauty and Bedlam has easy, frugal ideas for creating an Easter or Spring tablescape.

There will be many, many photo opps, be sure to print off or jot down this Photographers Easter Check-List of shots you don’t want to miss this weekend.

Finally, Romeo and Pugsley join the festivities proving they are more adorable than a bunny any time of year!

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