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Monday, November 14, 2011
Day of the Dead
We followed up Halloween with the Mexican holiday, Dia de Muertos, or Day of the Dead.
Emma's school hosted the party as a way to highlight the culture of a large part of the children who attend her school.
There were traditional Aztec dancers.
Ofrenda: a table full of flowers, fruits, candies, and food to welcome the beloved dead.
Emma holds up Willa, who wouldn't/couldn't leave the sugar skulls alone.