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Your Baby Naming Ceremony TO-DO List
Organise a Baby Naming Ceremony with these 7 Top Tips
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We're not reinventing the wheel here, just spelling out a few simple and actionable tips for you right now. Just so you can organise your thoughts in a straight line and at least know what to think about next.
The biggie on the list for me - just in case you really want my opinion - is, think about your baby. We tend to organise by picking a time and date that looks right on the calendar.
But have you got an afternoon baby, or a morning one?  When do they like a nap and some food. No, not dad - the baby.  When are they in peak condition and in a less stress-inducing frame of mind for you?
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Church Christening v Baby Naming Ceremony

Why should I even consider a Baby Naming Ceremony?For some people, it’s a no-brainer.  But.

There are others who are committed churchgoers, so are their families and so choice doesn’t even raise its head. And that’s perfect for them. There are hymns and religious texts and promises to the church to God and the wider church community.
But you’re here because you’re not completely sure what to do.  That’s why you’re here. Partly curious, partly confused.
A Baby Naming is a ceremony that can include any element you choose to happen.  It could be readings, poems, live music and yes promises too.  It can include a glass of fizz and a slice of cake.  It really is entirely up to you what happens during a Baby Naming Ceremony.

The church christening is invariably on a Sunday and possibly integrated into an existing church service that was happening at that time anyway.  
Because part of this is welcoming this baby into that wider church.  And that’s when the churchgoers go there. 
And so it’s likel…