No, not to Bubby. One of her granddaughters is turning 31 this week! We'll be visiting Bubby over the weekend to celebrate with her. Plus, rumor is we're going to be baking hamentashins with her too. Now that's what Bubby calls a party. (By the way, if you need the recipe again, here it is. And here's the baking video we made last year.)
But, back to the aging process. Here are some great birthday-themed letters that have been sent to Bubby over the years:
- Is it approrpriate to have a Jewish baby naming ceremony for a boy on his first birthday?
- Why did he act so distant at my birthday party even though he drove 2 hours to see me?
- Bubby thinks you should take a cold shower and wait until your 16th birthday party.
- My husband forgot my birthday, what should I do?
- If I pretend you are my Bubby, will you send me a birthday gift?
- Why don't you buy him a nice broadcloth shirt or a slipover sweater for his birthday?
- My boyfriend had fun on his 21st birthday, but I haven't yet. Should I marry him?
Best to everyone!
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