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Money is a fairly traditional christening gift, because it can be put away and saved for the baby's future. How much to give depends on your financial situation  ...


Does anyone know what the "gift etiquette" is for a Catholic baptism? ... Can't hurt to give some thing with money if you feel so inclined.


Jan 11, 2011 ... Christenings and baptisms mark one of the first occasions when parents formally introduce their child. In baptisms, this refers to the religious ...


Jan 4, 2017 ... I don't know much about christenings other than I usually give a ... for money in lieu of a gift for a wedding but for a christening/birthday- really!?


Sep 6, 2016 ... When a Baptism invitation comes in the mail, thoughts quickly turn to the baptism gift. What should you give? Should you give cash? Should ...


When attending a Greek baptism, it is customary to give a gift. Although there are many acceptable gift giving options it is common to give money as a gift.


You may already be familiar with traditional baptism gift etiquette if you know the phrase "born with a silver spoon in his mouth." ... Many permit family and friends to attend. In some cases ... It is traditional for you to both give and receive a gift at this time. ... In matters of money, baptism gift etiquette is surprisingly welcoming.


How much money do you give for a confirmation gift? ... A: The amount of money to give for a christening depends on many things, but the usual amount is ...


Being a grandparent can get expensive. The vast majority of grandparents — 95 % — buy holiday and birthday gifts for grandchildren, according to a 2012 AARP  ...


Are bonds still a thing people do, or would that be super-expensive? ... I liked the idea of a baptism or godparent themed picture frame, but ...