Naming Ceremony

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Smeezle
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Naming Ceremony

Postby Smeezle » 08 Jun 2014, 20:50

I was wondering if anyone had done one for their baby/child? And if so what age?

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Re: Naming Ceremony

Postby Gwion » 09 Jun 2014, 10:27

Not an answer to your question I know but a relevant link is here. http://druidnetwork.org/what-is-druidry ... ming-rite/ It does suggest that such ceremonies are more easily organised when the baby is still in arms and not at the toddling/exploring stage.

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Re: Naming Ceremony

Postby samurai » 09 Jun 2014, 20:03

Years ago before I got involved with Druidry,my daughters had a wiccan naming ceremony. Really nice.Nothing to heavy.


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