Chanukah photo essay

Curly has been getting into the Chanukah spirit here at chez Vermillion…

Ooh, fire!


For me? You shouldn't have.

Thanks, I've been looking for ways to add more fiber to my diet.

13 responses to “Chanukah photo essay

  1. So cute! My boys are more interested in the paper than whats inside too! Why do we even bother with the gifts…

  2. It’s all about the wrapping paper and the box that the toy came in. Happy Hanukkah!

  3. Happy chanukah, sweet liitle boy!

  4. Happy chanukah!!

  5. As always the wrapping paper is the best part. Happy Hanukkah Vermillions.

  6. happy chanukah! it looks like Miles is having a blast!

  7. Lucky boy! Lucky moms! What a fun year for your little family.

    PS – dense shikse here… what’s the difference between Chanukah and Hanukkah? Is there a difference? If not, why do some people use one term over the other?

  8. Thanks for the good wishes, everyone!

    Poppy shikse, you’re not dense. What you are seeing are multiple accepted English spellings for a hebrew word. The name of the holiday is in hebrew and instead of translating it to english, it’s transliterated, or spelled out phonetically.

  9. that is one seriously beautiful boy you have. happy chanukah!

  10. happy hanukkah you guys! we used the same wrap and our kids received gifts from a couple people with it as well. i don’t remember seeing a whole lot of options out there this year come to think of it…

  11. Yay for Miles’ first Channukah! Hope y’all had a great holiday.

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