As a little kid, I remember going to my grandparents house for Passover dinner. At the end of the night, my grandfather would hide the Matzo cracker somewhere in the house. All my cousins and I would run around like crazy to all the rooms and try to find it, so we could redeem the prize. This took place on my fathers side of the family.
On my mothers side of the family, we celebrated Easter. At my aunts house, all my cousins and I would search all around her backyard for Easter eggs. At the end of the day, celebrating both holidays with both sides of the family was a celebration of diversity, togetherness, love, and family. All holidays bring together families and that is what matters most. Have a Happy Passover today and a Happy Easter next Sunday everyone! XOXO
All pictures taken by Dena Rendlich
Hat – Zara
Dress – Sold by Carousels and Lace
Belt – Sold by Carousels and Lace
Bracelet (in picture on left) – H&M
Sunglasses – NYS Collection Eyewear
Heels – Aldo
Earrings – H&M
Matzo Crackers – Manischewitz
It was a bit windy in San Francisco when these photos were shot. My hair was flying all over the place… hahaha
Matzo! Matzo! Matzo!