The result, while comical, is also profound: The father becomes content and happy with his many offspring and busy life: "Singing and laughing, kvelling
too, and a baby playing peek-a-boo.
Some would identify Jewish parenting as a combination of kvetching, kvelling
and a healthy dose of Jewish guilt.
One woman sipped wine and gushed to her friends, "I mean, the production was justI'm kvelling
You'll have your friends kvelling
in these menorah- and dreidel-themed tops from eightAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA sto
You d have to be on a severe pop-culture fast not to know which star they re kvelling
over, but in any event, they let his name be heard loud: "Justin Bieeeberrr
I think I'm most proud of the family, how they actually work together, their chemistry, their work ethic," said Peskin, kvelling
over his creation.
Over the summer, Showtime brought David Duchovny back to TV in "Californication," a half-hour that had critics kvelling
for its look at the male psyche.
and getting "commitment ceremonied" among kvelling
friends and relatives in Prospect Park with music-video-style scenes on a Manhattan rooftop, where Goldman rocks out and goofs around with her guitar player.
And even my mother, who, when she wasn't kvelling
over a floor plan, could be fiercely defensive of that apartment, would say, "Do you know how many people would kill for this apartment with our rent?
You know how the kvelling
grandma always prefaces her bragging remarks about the grandchild with "not because he's mine but.
When Waters told the president that she would even "send the seeds" and then "come and plant them," the gastronomically kvelling
chief executive had responded: "You do that, Alice
Needless to say, his parents are kvelling
that the nuggets have already been transmitted and received