We celebrate Christmas. Our youngest daughter always was invited to friend's house for Chanukah and brought home some yummy potato latke leftovers if there were any. The rest of us never really got into it (we weren't invited anyway) but she had a wonderful time. Passover is another story. We started celebrating a family "mini-Passover" so our daughters would appreciate their heritage even if we weren't Jewish. Over the years that turned into a major full blown messianic style Passover with a big table surrounded by friends and family. My girls have confessed that while Christmas and Easter are nice, the non-commercialized Passover Seder has become their favorite holiday, one not to be missed. That doesn't bother me in the least.
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