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Articles
Pain relief in labour
This article covers all your options, and how these may affect you.

Off to hospital
What to prepare and bring.

Breastfeeding
The benefits, the mechanics and process of breastfeeding.

Christenings and namings invitations
Asking friends and family to witness the naming of your baby.

Naming Day / Christening gifts
This could be a 'welcome to the world' gift for the child, or something special for the proud parents.

Church of England Christening

If this calls to mind pictures of a traditional baptism with the baby in a white dress and sandwiches after, find out how to personalise it to your style.

Church of England Thanksgiving for the birth of a child

For parents who want to include God in their ceremony but not commit their child to a particular faith, the Church of England offers this new ceremony.

Roman Catholic Christening

If you're considering a Catholic baptism but worry about how to include non-Catholic family and friends, relax. Its easier than you think.

Civil Naming Ceremonies: do it yourself
In many ways the perfect solution, a DIY naming ceremony allows you to decide who, what, when, where and even how - its all in your hands.

Civil Naming Ceremonies: Baby Naming Society Programme
For those who would like more guidance, the Baby Naming Society provides you with everything you need for a naming ceremony apart from a celebrant… and they can help with those too if you wish.

Civil Naming Ceremonies: Humanist Ceremony
Humanists aim to draw positive moral values from life that are based on human experience, rather than God-given. They don't believe in an afterlife, but think that 'we should try to live full and happy lives ourselves... and make it easier for other people to do the same'. Their ceremonies are popular with people who have no religious affiliations. They can provide ideas for readings, a structured ceremony and a celebrant.
 
 

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