By Rebecca Borison
When Connie G. Krupin first became a mother, she went to the nearest bookstore to find a baby book. After purchasing one of the options, Krupin was forced to immediately grab her white-out to cross off “Baby’s first Christmas” and “Baby’s church.” She, therefore, vowed to one day write a Jewish baby bookthat reflected Jewish values and the Jewish family. About thirty years later, Krupin became a grandmother and published A Time to Be Born: A Jewish Baby Journal. Moment spoke to Krupin to find out more about the process of writing a Jewish baby book and the joys of raising a Jewish family.
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