A New Baby Girl

A New Baby Girl

Some special news from the Share family.

Cute sleeperJust a short announcement to make –

On June 1st, my wife gave birth to our 5th child, our 3rd daughter. At 3.26 kg or 7.17 pounds, our new cutie pie is the biggest baby we’ve had, although you couldn’t tell by looking at her.

She looks like her mom but has her dad’s hair and chin cleft, like all the Share kids.

The naming is planned for Thursday morning at a local synagogue here in Ashdod. And don’t ask, because as of right now, we still haven’t completely decided yet.

It’s been an exhausting few days and the rest of the week will be more of the same, so I’m going to take a short break. Long time readers will remember last time, when my son was born a week after my dad passed away, I stayed away for a whole month and that wasn’t easy. But not this time around.

JobMob will be back next week.

Congratulate us in the comments!

In the meantime, here are some favorites from the archives:

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  • Avigail Frij says:

    How wonderful!!! Mazal Tov!!! May know only Nachat from all of your children!!!

  • Daniel says:

    Mazal Tov Jacob! May you sleep well, enjoy your baby girl and spend enough time with your dear ones!

  • Yonatan Silver says:

    Mazal Tov!

  • Sujatha Rao says:

    Congratulations dear. Your family needs you more than anyone..so, have a great time dear.

  • S. Weitzman says:

    Mazel Tov!!! So glad everything went so well. She is beautiful, and I know she like all the other kids will bring you much mazel.

  • Tova Rubenstein says:

    Mazal Tov, may she bring you only nachat

  • josh says:

    Mazal Tov!

  • Ilan Katz says:

    Mazal Tov!!!

  • Jasan says:

    Mazal Tov!

  • Francine says:

    What a gorgeous little person… congratulations!

  • Jacob Share says:

    Thank you all 🙂

  • Jacob Share says:

    The baby’s name is Eva Ruthia.

    ‘Eva’ is a name we liked that sounds the same in French & Hebrew, with a slight variation in English.

    ‘Ruthia’ is for my aunt Barbara Ruth Share. She passed away when I was 6 or 7 so I don’t remember much about her except that she was my favorite aunt at the time, in part because of her terrific sour cream cake 🙂

  • Dorlee says:

    Mazal Tov, Jacob on the birth of your lovely daughter! I love the name Eva Ruthia. May she always be healthy and bring you much nachas!

  • Jacob Share says:

    Thanks Dorlee 🙂

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