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Apr 9, 2006

MAZEL TOV!!!



This afternoon at 3:45 pm my wife gave birth to a beautiful baby boy. We are looking for suggestions of holiday themed names... No prize to the winner, I am just looking for ideas.. Here are a couple of pix of the newborn..

36 comments:

  1. aneinu@sbcglobal.netApril 09, 2006 11:11 PM

    mazal tov!!

    and time to blog...

    you should be zoche to much nachas from him and all your others

    maybe check if you can find what location bnei yisroel were on the 4th day out of mitzrayim (day of bris iy"h) and see if its a fitting name

    'nirtza' is gimatria moshe

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  2. gotta go finish getting ready for Pessach now. That is a good idea. That is good for the day of the bris - he is born though during the preparations for the Korban pessach. I have to think of a good one between those ideas (and if someone comes uop with something more interesting.

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  3. also, one of my other sons is named Moshe already

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  4. mazal tov

    from all here in chicago,

    your bro shaya, leslie, matis, rik, ilana, shira, and of course zipper

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  5. mazel tov how about shevach for praise?

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  6. Shaya - Thanks.

    Ben - interesting. Did not think of that one

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  7. MAZAL TOV.

    I just dropped jacqui and lia off at airport so they will be there for the bris.

    Love to you all

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  8. that's great! How come you could not come? I am happy to hear Jacqui can travel. We are looking forward to seeing them...

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  9. I wish I could have come...but I am drowning in bills that need to get paid. Besides, there is nothing more frustrating then visiting Israel during pesach; you are not being able to have a flafel or shwarma. I don't need to be in Israel to eat matzah brei!
    Hopefully though I will get through this crunch and be able to visit one of these days. Untill then send my love to shif and the kids.

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  10. how about henach? or nasan for m grandfather. or yechiel yirmiyahu for your mother's uncle. simcha lebish for her uncle. mordecai wolf. yisroel tzinah. george bush. shabtzi zvi. gidone gidone. dick cheney. max. pesach chomettz. huna. yosef paroh.

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  11. Mazel Tov! Beautiful baby! He looks like an Aaron, if you ask me.

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  12. MAZAL TOV!!

    Holiday themed names:

    Frog face
    Wine Stain
    Mubarak (very Egyptian sounding)
    Eighteener
    Meshubach (c'mon, thats a good one!)
    G'di/Gadya/Gad
    Afikoman
    Atzirut
    and.......
    Pesach!

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  13. Dad G - you would have me name the baby for a Republican??!!

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  14. A.E. - very funny. Why Eighteen though?

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  15. how about

    lover boy (shir hashirim)

    passover pete

    my little korban

    barry biyur

    "i'm not a bechor, I don't have to fast, nyaa nyaa, nyaa"

    ok - i'm out of anymore bad ideeas

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  16. great ideas Shaya. Maybe I will use the last one :roll eyes:

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  17. Eighteener - 18 minute matzos

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  18. Mazal Tov from Danny & Naomi Schoemann.

    Enjoy picking a name! There's always "Chagi" and "Yom Tov". Sunday was also the Yahrzeit of the RambaN and the Shlo Hakodosh, if you want.

    Mazal Tov and enjoy all the kids,

    - Danny & Naomi

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  19. a.e - gotcha. I will consider it (NOT!)

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  20. Danny - thank you. Good suggestions (chagi we thought of already..)

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  21. Drew. ("I shall call him Moses for I drew him from the water." - never made sense. You can make it right!)

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  22. Mazal Tov! Some related names: Caleb (the spy Moses sent into Canaan)., Joshua, (the successor of Moses ), Yigal (He will redeem). Hope it helps!

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  23. Maxel Tov, may you see much nachas from your little one?

    Name possibilities:

    Avigdor - One of Moshe's other names

    Nachshon - His mesiras nefesh and emunah are evident at krias yam suf

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  24. Mazel Tov,
    Following David Linn's idea: Tuvia.
    (Moshe the medrash tells us had ten names, and we've covered just 3 of them. There are seven more out there. One is Avi Socho, I don't remember the others.)

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  25. Mazal Tov!

    Or as we say for boys:

    Besiman Tov!

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  26. some more good choices from David, Irina and David. Drew has already been suggested (if not here then in an email someone sent me). Not bad, but not Jewish enough.
    Thank you all for your good wishes!

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  27. Mazel Tov! You wished one to me so it's only fitting I wish one to you ;)

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  28. Mazel Tov!!!

    How about 'Eliyahu'? You don't have to use 'Hanavi' for a middle name if you don't want to :)

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  29. but I like hanavi better than I like Eliyahu!!! :-)

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  30. Mazal Tov. May you have much nachas from your little Tzaddik!

    Pssssssst. How about Aharon?

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  31. amen! Thank you Judah for your wishes.
    Ahron is nice.. We have a lot of names to choose from now..

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  32. Mazel tov! wow, this is the third blog I've read today where either the blogger or a close relative had a baby!

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  33. thanks Mama. SWe had the bris today. I will soon post comments and maybe one or two pix... plus the name..

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