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Personalized Hebrew Birth Block

$34.95

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$34.95
  • Description
Item#: 734

  • The perfect newborn Hebrew baby gift
  • This unique little block captures all the most important information of the new arrival
  • Each side is separately and carefully engraved with the baby's first name in Hebrew, baby's weight, length and time of birth, Jewish & English date of birth, (use http://www.my-hebrew-name.com to translate an English name to Hebrew, and http://www.hebcal.com/converter/ to convert the English birth date to the Hebrew calendar date)
  • Confirming the Hebrew spelling with the recipient is recommended, due to the fact that one name can have multiple Hebrew spellings.
  • Use the character key in the picture to place your order in the "Child's Hebrew Name" field.
  • Enter the corresponding number to represent each Hebrew letter for the child's name.
  • NOTE: The letters will appear on the block as entered in the Child's Name field.
  • Please know that we will not reverse the letters from left to right to right to left.
  • Each side of the block measures 2 1/4" inches
  • FREE shipping in the continental U.S.
  • Allow approximately 2 weeks for delivery. (Item will be started only after name confirmation via email)

Customer Experiences

Thanks for the order confirmation. My son, Jacob, received a stool as a gift when he was first born (in March). We LOVE it. It is super cute and very well made

Kellie

This is my second stool ordered, the other was for my first Grandson and now this for my first Granddaughter! Had to get her the same, of course. My Grandson LO

Linda

My daughter is 17 years old and has a stool that she received on her first birthday. She still uses it to reach items in her closet. My 11 year old son also has

Beth

was so happy to see you still were in business and online. All three of my children received stools as birth presents and they are still in their rooms!(When I

Eva