The Tiny Heart: Chanukkah

12.10.2012

Chanukkah

Top-F21, Button Down-H&M, Puffy Vest-Gap (similar), Belt-Old Navy, Pants-H&M Kids

I'm lucky enough to celebrate not one, but two December holidays in this household. (No, I don't get twice the gifts!). Saturday was the first night of Chanukkah. 

Lit the electric menorah,
(Convinced the dogs will set the house on fire otherwise)

I'll be making these:

(Yes, I cheat and make them out of a box)

They may not be as good as my mom makes,
but they're still quite yummy!

Wishing a Happy Chanukkah to all who celebrate!


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60 comments:

  1. Happy Chanukkah!! Two December holidays?! That sounds really fun!

    I love all the layering in your outfit!

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  2. Happy Chanukkah! Cute vest and the food looks delicious :)

    xo Meghan
    citrusrefreshingfashion.blogspot.com

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  3. Ok, I got a big giggle out of the fact that your menorah is made of light bulbs due to the dogs. That's adorably funny! Lucky you with your month of celebrating!

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  4. i love love LOVE potatoe latkes!!!!! happy chanukkah! :)

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  5. Happy Chanukkah Sharon!! I love your menorah :)

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  6. oooh yum, those look so good!!!

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  7. Happy Hanukkah my dear...& you look so fab in that puffer vest!

    REBECCA
    www.redtagchiclosangeles.com

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  8. Love your cute vest and the food looks so good.

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  9. love your outfit, sharon!! and happy Chanukkah!!

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  10. Happy Chanukkah! I'm not Jewish but I've always wanted to try making potato latkes--they look so yummy!

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  11. Lovely post dear and so is your outfit!:)

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  12. Love that you belted the vest! SO cute and chic :) Happy Chanukkah to you :)

    Rachel’s Lookbook

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  13. yay have fun :)
    i like those stripes too!

    happyleeliving.blogspot.com

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  14. Happy Chanukkah Sharon! I like the electric menorah, definitely safer with the dogs around, haha! :)

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

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  15. Happy Chanukkah to you Sharon! I love how you belted the vest!
    Love
    Juneli from Fashionably Yours

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  16. happy chanukkah to you! i bet the latkes are still so yummy!! and i'm with you on candles and dogs...our dog has a huge bushy tail, so we never light them in our house!

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  17. You just made me hungry! Happy Christmukkah! ;)

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  18. Happy Chanukkah!

    xo, Emily
    bluedogbelle.blogspot.com

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  19. Happy Chanukkah Sharon! WTG for Safety! I would've done the same thing.
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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  20. Happy Chanukkah Sharon, enjoy your celebrations!
    Have a wonderful week Hun xoxo
    http://www.intotheblonde.com/

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  21. Happy Chanakkah! I always thought stuff like this was so cool!

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  22. Love your vest!!! That's so awesome you get to celebrate 2 holidays :)

    Xo,
    Angela

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  23. Happy Chanukkah, sweet friend!!! Enjoy your 2 holidays!!! Love the puffer vest especially the fur!! ;)

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  24. I love this time of year. Enjoy your celebration. Happy Chanukkah. xx/Madison

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  25. thanks for visiting my blog! i am following you now! :)

    BTW, are you really 4"10? i thought i am the only girl with that height..glad i have you as my company! ;) petite girls rock! haha

    thinkerbellethoughts.blogspot.com

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    1. Haha yep, I'm really 4'10". If you don't believe me, all you have to do is look at photos of me next to my hubby :)

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  26. Happy Chanukkah! I don't know if I've ever had a latke but they look good!
    ~Jessica
    Jeans and a Teacup

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  27. You're pretty smart with that electric one! I never would have thought of that:) lucky girl getting twice the presents and all the yummy food!

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  28. My cat sits on candles so I can completely understand you using an electric menorah! Happy Chanukkah!!!

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  29. aww love it :)

    new post on mine..
    kiss
    Sophie <3
    http://justacolorfullife.blogspot.it/2012/12/istant-amy-winehouse.html

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  30. I love the holiday of lights - so many pretty celebrations. I don't celebrate myself, but I do love me some latkes!
    xx
    Here&Now

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  31. Love potato latkes...YUM! I also love your puffy vest :)

    Annie
    The Other Side of Gray

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  32. Happy Chanukkah! Good idea about getting an electric menorah ;)

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  33. Happy Chanukkah!! Hope you have a great holiday looking adorable as always!!!

    oliviamoone.blogspot.com

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  34. Latkes! Yes!! I always get super annoyed when my mother-in-law calls them "potato pancakes"!

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  35. love the vest over the striped sweater idea. i think i should do the same with my striped sweater and my vest. this is so you!

    5ftandpetite.blogspot.com

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  36. happy chanukkah! and i've made potato latkes before for my jewish friend and I LOVED them! xo

    http://allthingsprettyandlittle.blogspot.com/

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  37. How exciting!!! December is such a wonderful month!

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  38. I'm not Jewish, but my mom and I used to make potato latkes with shredded carrots mixed in - they are yummy! I totally had no idea they had the mix!

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  39. Hey not bad to used the box kind if it makes your life easier.. Happy Chanukkah. Would it be fun to receive twice the gifts. I love your outfit here, very cute.

    xo
    Sam
    http://fabulouspetite.blogspot.com

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  40. Boxed kinds make the world go round! Thank goodness for making life a little easier!

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  41. Lovely pictures, happy holidays! Love your menorah!

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  42. Happy Chanukkah Sharon! 8 days of festivities and I am so glad you are able to celebrate in the comforts of your home given the recent developments in NJ.

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  43. Happy Chanukkah! Potato Latkes, YUM :)

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  44. Ooooh, latka is so yummy, I make Evan make them at least once a week. (So delicious,he's make them out of carrots before as well and they just insanely yummy. Ahhh, food, now I'm thinking it's time for a midnight snack.) Your hair looks so adorable wavey like that, it's really beautiful on you.

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  45. Hi, Sharon! Thanks for following Shona Skye Creations! I've followed you back via GFC and I will watch for your Thursday party! Thanks for inviting me!

    Kristy @ Shona Skye Creations
    http://shonaskye.blogspot.com

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  46. Love how you belted your puffy vest! And I love the idea of having two holidays in December. Happy Chanukkah, Sharon!

    Jenny
    www.jensoutfitjournal.com

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  47. Love your puffy vest - and happy Chanukkah! Those potato pancakes look delish - who cares if they are from the box! Yummy is yummy!

    <3 katherine
    of corgis and cocktails

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  48. Super cute vest! The potato pancakes look so yummy :p

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  49. Thanks for stopping by my blog, I am following back :)
    You.are.the.cutest!!

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  50. Happy Chanukkah! I love the belted vest :)

    http://www.mythriftychic.com

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