It is crazy how much has been inspired by a flood, a boat and some animals.
With the first rain of the season, I talk about all things cozy and how to create a family of readers.
There are BIG miracles and then there are the little ones, that we step past every day.
It isn’t often when a craft is a sure-fire hit with boys, but here it is: glitter glue webs! Guaranteed to please.
On the eighth day of Sukkot, we recite Tefillat Geshem, a prayer for rain. While that might seem a bit unnecessary in the States, Israel’s rainy season begins right around Sukkot.
This week we’re looking back at Yom Kippur, forward to Sukkot and the little Shabbat that connects them both.
With the start of a new year, we’re adding our very own podcast here at ChallahCrumbs! Today I’m talking about the book of Yonah and the messages of kindness throughout.
Littlebinsforlittlehands.com has a great idea to enhance our Rosh HaShana tables. For the Lego lovers in your home, Lego apples!
Loved this idea for apple-shaped cupcakes from TipHero.
Rosh HaShana asks us to reflect back on our year. Most days I need to remind myself to brush my teeth so introspection falls somewhere below pairing up the 173 (note the odd number) socks sitting in their very own laundry basket in my laundry room. But as a good Jew, one with a strong sense of Jewish guilt, I decided to give a moment or two to look back on the year and reflect. Here’s what I’ve broken our year down to…