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Baby Naming & Adoption Ceremonies

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Welcoming your little one or an older child you've adopted to Planet Earth, your family and community is a joyous occasion and definitely one that demands a celebration! Or perhaps you want to celebrate the joining together of your blended families with a ceremony, promises, intentions and ritual. Whatever the size or content of your ceremony, I would be delighted to officiate at and guide the proceedings.

As an actor performing for children with my theatre company, Really Big Pants Theatre (live link below), I have had years of experience of the joy, honesty, hilarity and unpredictability of children. I am ready for anything and very experienced at 'going with the flow!'

If you're not looking for a church christening but want the formality of a ceremony filled with love, story, ritual, and - I'm sure lots of laughs! - then a naming day is the way to go. We can also include blessings, readings, poetry and of course the announcement of the names, why you chose them and their significance to you and your family.  And just like at a traditional christening you can choose 'guide parents' (as opposed to god parents if it's not your faith) who can make formal promises and intentions to guide your child through their lives, with care, support, love and perhaps as a mentor.  At the end you will receive your ceremony script and 'Promise' cards in a gorgeous presentation box. Give me a call or drop me an email and we can have a no obligation chat about what you have in mind.  Let's get that ball rolling towards celebrating your precious children and families.

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Price: £350

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Naming Day special guest!

Digby Dog

I have years of experience working with and for children and so, to add that special touch, post ceremony, your child, or their older friends might like to meet my special four legged companion, Digby.  He's so soft and friendly; he loves a cuddle with the younger guests at the ceremony when all the officiating is over.

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