At tonight’s Passover Seder, we had a changing of the guard. Normally, the part of the Seder where the Four Questions are asked, the part of the Seder that sets the framework for telling the Passover Story and discussing why this night is different from all other nights, is read by the youngest child at the table. In our family, the youngest child who could read was the one who asked the questions. This year it was Grace, and the qualifier was removed. The youngest child read the Four Questions, and she did a great job.
Peter was given the task of announcing each of the 10 plagues as we put a drop of wine on our plates to commemorate each plague.