It’s a Boy (Again)!

I just wanted to let you all know that we had a healthy baby boy this past Sunday night, on October 31st. He was 7lbs, 20 1/2 inches and so far is quite sweet and mild. He was greeted with much excitement by his two big sisters and mixed emotions by his 2 year old brother who said he loved him one minute and then tried to bite him on the head a few minutes later!

We are in the midst of bris preparations and settling into life, so I won’t be posting too much for now, but fear not, I’m doing plenty of writing in my head. And when the opportunity arises, I will get some of these thoughts onto the site.

As I take time to recuperate, my intern will be posting some old posts, because, hey, even network television shows reruns sometimes! Hope to be back to the site soon, when life is a bit more calm.

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  1. Mazel tov!

  2. מזל טוב

  3. Mazal tov,

    Born on 24 Cheshvan, the Yartzeit of Benyamin (The original Benyamin – son of Yaakov), as well as Rabbi Avraham Azulai, that’s got to be a sgula.

    May he grow to Torah, Chpa, and Maasim Tovim

  4. congratulations!! (or uh… mazel tov! 😉

  5. Mazal tov!

  6. Mazal tov from Arizona! May he grow to Torah, Chuppah and maasim tovim.

  7. Mazel tov! May you and your husband have much Jewish nachas from him (and your other children as well), and may Hashem help that he becomes as much of an advocate for Judaism as his mother.

  8. Mazel Tov!
    I remember when my son was born, the days between his birth and bris were most stressful for me! I usually hide in the back during the ceremony but knew I had to be front and center for this one. Needless to say we both survived, and I didn’t feel a thing (other than a lot of pride)!

  9. Mazel Tov!

  10. searchinmyroots says:

    Mazel Tov!

    May Hashem keep you and your family healthy and filled with Torah.

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