When a new baby arrives, there is so much to do.
Take care of older siblings, take care of mommy, take care of new baby.
If there's a Shalom Zachar: arrange the logistics of the Friday night party, tables and chairs, food and drinks, who will speak, and (if it's being done out of the house) arranging the location.
In the week leading up to the bris: the location needs to be booked, the caterer or food needs to be arranged, and the mohel needs to be called.
Many people are blessed to have family and friends take care of many of these things. Even calling the mohel can be done by someone other than the parents (though it's a good idea for everyone to know who is arranging the mohel so only one is hired).
Most of the things that need to be done can be done per your style, based exactly on what you want.
When it comes to the actual circumcision, however, most people do not know enough about the field to know there are differences in the way mohels may operate or work, in terms of technical procedural details.
I try very hard to give the baby's parents the forum to have the bris "how you want."
So whether you want a meaningful ceremony, a quick procedure, interactive with crowd participation, more of a show, or just a simple, dignified bris, give me a call! Let's talk about what fits your needs, and make the bris out to be all that you wish for yourselves, your baby, and this moment in your lives.
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Friday, November 27, 2009
Putting Your Mind At Ease
Posted by A.B. at 12:29 PM
Labels: arranging, ceremony, circ method, delegating, experience, family, food, mohel's role, preparations, respectful, shalom zachar
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