Wes Baby Blessing || May 6th 2017

May 27, 2017

Wes Baby Blessing

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Wes’ Blessing Day was such a special day. First off I loved celebrating our boy and second being with family is my thing. Park and I are SOOO lucky to have such amazing families who we love so much. They support us in everything we do and take such AMAZING care of us. We had so much support from family on Wes’ special day and also from amazing friends. I just love any opportunity to celebrate my handsome boy.

Our little fam was able to show off our Wes boy to our LDS ward and especially to family and it was really a special day. He wore Parker’s outfit that he was blessed in 27 years ago, which made it even more special. He received the most beautiful blessing from his daddy which I am extremely grateful for. (If you don’t know what a baby blessing is I have posted a little description about it at the bottom of the page.) Park and I are just so blessed to have our Wes Whit in our family. He is such a special spirit and brings so much light and love to our family. What did we do without our boy before? We love our chunky monkey.

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“The naming and blessing of a child (commonly called a baby blessing) in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) is a non-saving ordinance, usually performed during sacrament meeting soon after a child’s birth in fulfillment of the commandment in the Doctrine and Covenants: “Every member of the church of Christ having children is to bring them unto the elders before the church, who are to lay their hands upon them in the name of Jesus Christ, and bless them in his name.”[1]The purpose of the practice is twofold: to give a baby an official name and to provide an opportunity to give a blessing for the child’s spiritual and physical welfare. This practice is usually only performed for infants, though older children may also receive the blessing; adult or teenaged converts to the church do not receive a comparable ordinance.”

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