Hi! I used to nanny for a Jewish family that has moved back to the area I live in and their sons 6th birthday is this week. I was invited to join their dinner for him, and I wanted to know opinions on a gift to bring. First, is their any specific gift for a young jewish boy that I should get? Second, he loves challah, and I love baking, so I thought it might be nice to bring a homemade challah loaf for us all to share? I am not Jewish myself, but as i’ve learned more about it, I really appreciate the religion and way of life. I am wondering if it is appropriate for a non-jewish person to bring a homemade challah to something like this? Thanks for any insight or suggestions. 🤍
Challah for Birthday?
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