It's Thanksgivukkah!

It's Thanksgivukkah!On Thursday, November 28, a very special holiday will be celebrated in some homes—Thanksgivukkah! That's right, this year Thanksgiving and the first day of Hanukkah fall on the same date, making it a chance to celebrate a fusion of two holidays that very rarely meet.

In fact, due to a growing disparity between the Gregorian and Hebrew calendars, the two holidays won't fall on the same day again for thousands of years.

So how to celebrate this truly once-in-a-lifetime holiday? Here are a few ideas:

And of course, every baby needs a onesie with "My first (and only!) Thanksgivukkah!"


If you're celebrating, how will you commemorate the holiday?

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