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We'll have the first night at our house and go to our aunt's house the second night. Passovevr is my favorite holiday! Now that "my" genreation of our family all have kids, it is so nice to pass the tradition on.
We are having a seder the first night with friends and the second at our synagogue. We "cheat" a bit we always have our family seder on the weekend because everyone comes in from out of town and its to hard to do it in the middle of the week so we are having a family seder on the 6th night
The first night my DH's cousins having it for the first time (DH was estrange from her for about 10 years and now they are speaking again) The second night my family all go to a catering hall. It is like 50 people. Very crazy and very bad food but a lot of fun!!!
We like our sedorim pretty low-key, so it's just DH and me both nights (and the kids, of course, ka'h). I'm still scrambling to put menus together, though, because I think we'll be having guests for the Shabbos kiddush. We don't do gebrokts or most processed stuff...and most of our guests do in their own homes, so I don't want to disappoint them in the culinary department with our meat, veggies and matzo regimen!