Tonyblack wrote:spideyGirl wrote:I even have some monks chanting on cd somewhere...nice and calming to listen to as you fall asleep
If you like that, you may enjoy some nuns chanting to the music of Hildegard of Bingen.
Broccolee wrote:Yeah,I guess you can still get christened when you´re grown up,I guess.You´d have to have quite a strong parson,though,to hold you over the chalice and dribble the water over you at the same time.I´d like to see that,though.
cheery_j. wrote:Broccolee wrote:How did I end up comparing the salvation of an innocent infant's soul to viagra ads...?
pip wrote:Tiffany wrote:Personally I never had either of my kids christened, but then I'm an atheist & got married in a registry office & not in church, we prefered the money for a down payment on our house, but I digress.
If you both want that it's your choice. Good luck with the christening of baby Harry.
We made the smae choice with keeping the money that would go on a big wedding and using it as a down payment for the house. Smart choice .
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