Tuesday, April 26, 2011

A Consultant

People call for all kinds of reasons. Some are looking to "book a mohel right now." Others are expecting a baby in a few months and are doing research. Others don't know if the baby is a boy or a girl, but are preparing nonetheless, just in case.

Barring unforeseen circumstances, such as a health concerns, the bris usually takes place on the eighth day of the baby's life. Even though mostly everyone knows this, sometimes people - in the heat of the excitement - forget that mohels are used to being called after the baby is born. I blogged about this a long time ago, and tried to make light of the possibilities of when to call the mohel to book the bris itself.

There is never a wrong time to do research pre-birth.


This blog has gotten attention from people around the United States, as well as the Caribbean islands. I am always flattered when people call with questions, want to review procedures, and with concerns they would like to address with their mohel - in cases where they are utilizing the services of a local mohel where they live or have someone in the family who will be traveling in.

I am glad that this blog has served as a resource for so many, and look forward to continuing to provide helpful information, and even up to date information, in the event that a story appears in a newspaper and requires an explanation or response.

Cheers!

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