Many families chose countries they had ties to, and even included short dance routines like Irish Step Dancing. Some families just chose a country and used it as a way to explore another culture with their kids. One family chose to represent the country where they adopted their children.
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Each table was unique and you could see the families that chose to participate had the most fun as they stamped each child's paper passport.
And I learned a lesson - sometimes it is better to give of your time, than to receive.
Jambo! Next year, I think we'll do the Kenya table.