189. Nachas, Mazel, and Mishpocheh
In this episode ("proud," "congrats," and "family or friends who are like family"), Adam and Danielle discuss the big milestone of their son becoming a Bar Mitzvah, and all the components that go into planning a big celebration like this. The two go into detail all about how religion impacted their upbringing, and which traditions and practices they hope to continue, and which they have decided don't hold much meaning for them. How being a part of the "sandwich generation" is tricky due to the pressure of older generations to uphold parts of religion that might not be as relevant for today's world. Plus, have these parties and celebrations gotten out of hand concerning the cost, time, and effort that go into planning? No matter what religion (or lack thereof) you practice(d), this episode is definitely extremely relatable and offers a lot of insight into how partners can come together to figure out how to blend two different experiences into one successful lifestyle.To have these meaningful conversations:marriageandmartinis.com/dnq promo code "mnmpodcast" for 20% offDanielle and Adam's party planner (not a sponsored ad, she's just awesome)https://www.360creativeapproach.comhttps://www.instagram.com/360creativeapproach/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.