Children’s Tzitzit Garment with Dancing Children, Fire and Hebrew Text
This children’s Tzitzit garment is decorated on the front with two children dancing and has the words "Mitzvah Gedolah Lehiyot BeSimcha Tamid" and means "It is a commandment to be happy" on the bottom.
|Size||21" x 45"|
This lively white children’s Tzitzit garment has white vertical stripes and is overlaid in the center with two children wearing Kippahs and Tzitzit garment dancing and Hebrew text above and below the children. The Hebrew text at the bottom says "Mitzvah Gedolah Lehiyot BeSimcha Tamid", means "It is a commandment to always be happy" in English and is accompanied by music notes. The Hebrew text at the top says "Ha’Esh Sheli" – "My Fire" in English – in red, orange and yellow and has Hebrew text that means "My fire shall be lit until the arrival of the messiah".
This item is a perfect gift for a child getting his first haircut!