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Ahuva Soulika bas Eliyahu Asher (v' Sarah Rivka)

by Craig Winchell » Thu Nov 29, 2012 1:44 pm

She's gained a pound already! Now drink something!!! Lechayim Tovim ul' Shalom!!!
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by Yehoshua Werth » Thu Nov 29, 2012 2:14 pm

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2005 Sforno Monastrell Dulce :)
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by Gabriel Geller » Thu Nov 29, 2012 3:47 pm

MAZAL TOV! :D I'm not as fancy as Yehoshua today, Teperberg Silver, Syrah 2011 but it's still not bad at all, good QPR :)
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Re: Ahuva Soulika bas Eliyahu Asher (v' Sarah Rivka)

by YoelA » Thu Nov 29, 2012 4:04 pm

My view on the Monastrell Dulce:

It's going to be, or is, very popular, because it's very sweet, reasonably tasty, and not too expensive. But it's pretty much one-dimensional, no complexity.
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by Harry J » Thu Nov 29, 2012 5:03 pm

Mazal tov. H
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Re: Ahuva Soulika bas Eliyahu Asher (v' Sarah Rivka)

by Craig Winchell » Thu Nov 29, 2012 7:26 pm

It's really rather interesting being a zeyde, most notably in viewing the manner in which my younger, unmarried daughters relate to the baby. The 12 year old is especially fond of her. Before the birth, she registered that she wanted to be known to the baby as "cool auntie Mimi". But she really seems to be, having taken an extreme interest in Ahuvah Soulika, probably holding her longer and more frequently than anyone save the parents. I have a feeling she'll be the youngest married, as well as simply the youngest. We're all thrilled with the baby, who inherited her good looks from me, her intelligence from her mom (through her bubbe), and her ability to relate to others from her dad. She doesn't like being swaddled, preferring instead her freedom of movement. All in all, wonderful.
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Re: Ahuva Soulika bas Eliyahu Asher (v' Sarah Rivka)

by Mark Verschell » Fri Nov 30, 2012 4:49 pm

Mazel Tov!

I will be sure to break out something special tonight, perhaps the Sha'al Late Harvest Gewürtztraminer. I will toast that Ahuva Soulika bring much Nachas to her parents and that they merit to raise her to a life of Torah, Chuppah and Ma'asim Tovim!

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