When we were invited to a Passover Sedar this year my children needed to be reminded what it was all about (we don’t get invited to a sedar too often). My wife, trying to make it enticing wanted to tell them about the search for the afikomen, the traditional game of hiding of the matzah (ostensibly to keep the children engaged during the pre-dinner service). But in doing so my loving shiksa wife declared: “Girls you’ll get to hunt for the ibuprofen!”
Yes, as a child I remember when I thought the long Pesach Sedar was a headache. Well put my dear. but hopefully not this year.