WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE PART OF THE PESACH SEDER?
Hearing my little ones recite the Mah Nishtanah. I get so much nachas watching them following along with us using the Haggadah they personalized and made in school.
Opening the door for Eliyahu HaNavi and reciting Shfoch Chamascha.
Shulchan Aruch-when we finally get to eat the meal. I’m staving and smells from the kitchen have been tempting me all day.
When we go around the table singing in unison Echad Mi Yodeah.
The whole Seder is my favorite. From walking into the sparkling dining room and seeing the table all decked out with a stark white tablecloth and our special Pesach dishes and silver goblets, to the singing, and dvar Torah. The entire evening is an absolute delight, which I cherish and look forward to all year long.
Taking my first bite of matzah.
Hiding the afikoman and then watching the kids scramble looking for it.
Watching my children and grandchildren as they lead the Seder. After many years of hosting and leading it myself, it is nice to finally be able to sit back and relax and take in the view of the next generation doing what has been done for centuries from father to son to father to son.
Negotiating with my parents what they should buy me in exchange for the afikoman. This year I’m going to try for a Nintendo Switch.
At the conclusion when we all shout “Next year in Yerushalayim!”