This past weekend was Logan’s baby naming. In Judaism, boys usually have a bris on the 8th day but we decided to do a circumcision in the hospital and do a baby naming after three months. I wanted Logan to be more alert, us to be more rested and relaxed, and thought it would be a fun thing to look forward to in a less rushed way. I’m so glad we waited, he had the perfect party.
We had lots of family come in for the weekend to celebrate Mr. Logan. Some people met him for the first time!
Then on Sunday morning, we had almost 100 friends and family and some baby friends help Logan celebrate and receive his Hebrew name.
Logan was a perfect host. He took a little cat nap before we started, then was awake and happy during the short ceremony, and then took a snooze when we were done with his grandmas. He listened to the rabbi, smiled and had a good time. It was like I had instructed him on how to behave and he listened! He also slept terribly the night before (so we did too), like he was too excited for his party to sleep.
He got his first taste of Manischevitz wine on mommy’s pinky to celebrate the occasion.
It was wonderful to celebrate with four of his five great-grandparents visiting from San Antonio and Birmingham!
And then, he was pooped from the day and took a nice little nap. Glad we have some great pictures to help him remember one day!