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February 2nd, 2006


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08:41 am - Questions you'd never thought you need an answer to.
What does a godfather get a godchild for a baptism, assuming the family is protestant, not Catholic? Why do I know what to get for a Catholic baptism? Well, we'll leave that aside for the moment.
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From:cassie_o
Date:February 2nd, 2006 06:10 pm (UTC)
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Wish I could help on that one..but I can't
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From:themightyrando
Date:February 3rd, 2006 03:55 pm (UTC)
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I'm not sure if it's as accurate for a Protestant, but for my Catholic godson, his godmother got him a silver cup engraved with the date of his baptism. Since I have one myself, I assume it's some sort of tradition, and I know people I'm not related to who have them, too. I got him a tree, which really is more of a family tradition. We planted it in his yard so it can grow up with him, next to the trees for his three brothers. Both presents seemed to go over well.

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