I’m planning early this year! Last year, I was really on top of kashering, but I wasn’t thrilled with how much we included Eitan in the seder. It’s really hard to have a meaningful seder for a 3 year old and a bunch of old people! This year, I’m splitting it up. We’ll have one kiddo seder before the actually holiday so we can play music etc. The adult seder will start after Eitan is asleep. My only concern is not having those few precious hours to prep before we light candles!
My mom, Rich, and I have already put together a kiddo Haggadah, which is primarily the order of the seder with a few songs. I will also tell the story of Pesach using the same materials I created two years ago. However, what I’m most proud of is the addition of stickers this year! As a mom, I have found that anything with stickers is an instant hit. Now each time we reach another part of the seder, the kiddos need to put a sticker on their Haggadah. Making the graphics was harder than I thought but I’m pleased with them. I cut them out and stuffed envelopes for each child with all the stickers they will need.