Ben carefully places an egg on the Seder plate on the first night of Passover. We didn't have a real shank bone, so that's a cut-out of a picture that Neil found online.
On other nights, we do not dip even once. But on this night, we dip many, many, many times. Apparently, dipping gnocchi in salt water is our new Seder tradition.
On the second night of Passover, we had friends over for a Seder (hence the good tablecloth, and the kids table in the background). Here's Ben chomping into a lemon-shaped candy.
In his Easter basket, Ben got a new magnifying glass and some more rocks for his rock collection. Yes, this is the kind of nerdly family we are. Ben seems to fit right in.
As if that weren't enough, he also got a set of tangrams. Oh, yeah, and a chocolate rabbit and lots of other candy of a traditional Easter nature. We're math geeks, but we also like our chocolate.
We went over to Jackson's house for a wonderful Easter egg hunt and Easter dinner. I don't have any pictures of that yet.