Naomi’s Baptism

February 28, 2011 at 2:30 PM 1 comment

“…for all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ.” ~Galatians 3:27

Yesterday, before our friends and family, we dedicated our beautiful daughter to Jesus, and took on the responsibility of her Christian upbringing.  Our good friend (who shares Naomi’s birthday!) performed the ceremony.  We were thrilled to stand before him and our loved ones and promise to guide and teach her in the ways of Jesus.

It was a simple, quiet ceremony, and we were very pleased with how it went.  Naomi was quiet and peaceful, chewing on a toy throughout the Mass.  She didn’t seem to like her beautiful dress very much, though.

[NOTE: I will have pictures later, as friends and family send them to us. Please check back later!]

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  • 1. Jeanie Gillis  |  March 1, 2011 at 2:05 PM

    It was a very beautiful Mass, enjoyed by everyone in attendance Naomi doesn’t need beautiful dress to be beautiful, she just is.


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