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Chanie Nayman
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Chanie Nayman
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Chanie Nayman
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Chanie Nayman
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Chanie Nayman
Veiled Joy
The two of us stood under our chuppah, enjoying the wedding we’d planned in just 24 hours
Josh Clark
Veiled Joy
Fear was beginning to creep into our conversations. Would there be flights? Should everyone leave now?
Millie Samson
My Yeshivah: Shavuos 5782
The boys would go home for Pesach and Succos, and the place lost its energy; the town became a shadow of itself
Rivka Streicher
My Yeshivah: Shavuos 5782
Rainy days and loooong afternoons (and playdates) sometimes need a dash of fun   The Great Big Letter Hunt Okay, it’s not so big, but I feel like little kids thrive on the hype. This game is quick and easy to set up and keeps the kids searching for ages. What you’ll need: Post-it Notes
Family First Contributors
Eyes That Saw Angels
Would we spend the rest of our lives wondering why we’d hadn’t contacted the myriad of magical figures living in our midst?
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
Eyes That Saw Angels
Venerable individuals still among us share their recollections of personal encounters with yesteryear's giants
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
Make Her Day: Pesach 5782
Together with some generous sponsors, you helped to: Make Her Day; Pesach 5782
Ariella Schiller
Out of the Woods
"I just feel like someone’s staring at us,” he said, lowering his voice. “Strange, no?"
Rochel Samet
Out of the Woods
“We’ll be making a seudas hodaah together,” Avi said. His friends and Elchanan’s friends...somehow, it was all the same thing now
Rochel Samet
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You can pull out an old game from the basement — but why not play one of these creative, curated games for even more fun?

By Chanie Nayman

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Afternoons and Sundays can be long. Quarantine can be endless. Here are some relatively clean, safe, and inexpensive ideas to keep your little people busy for a while

By Chanie Nayman