Mazal Tov to Chaya and Gili Houpt on the Birth of Twin Girls

Mazal Tov to Chaya and Gili Houpt on the birth of twin girls Yemima Bracha and Bara Avigayil Ness this week.

Chaya is a contributor and commentor on Beyond BT. Chaya and Gili attended last year’s Shabbaton, where Gili was our Ruach and music coordinator. They have recently moved to Passaic and were set to attend this year’s Shabbaton, but thank G-d their two bundles of joy will keep them busy this Shabbos.

14 comments on “Mazal Tov to Chaya and Gili Houpt on the Birth of Twin Girls

  1. Amen and thank you all so much. We are all doing well and keeping busy!

    Jaded–thanks for the firsthand chizuk. How old are your nieces?

    Ora–it’s actually in the fine print of the Nishmat admission application that you have to produce prospective students for the school ;-)

  2. Mazel Tov. May you have an easy time raising them to Torah , to bnei Torah to Khuppah and to good deeds!

  3. Mazel Tov – so glad you had the most wonderful “excuse” in the world to miss the Shabbaton (not that we didn’t miss you)! May you always have much nachas and simcha from your daughters, and I bet they’ll be freilich, singing along at the Shabbos table before you know it.

  4. Mazal Tov and welcome to Passaic. Hope you will find your new life here satisfying in all respects.

  5. Gili,

    Super Mazel Tov!
    Baruch Hashem you’re wife doesn’t have to fast while being preggers. I hear it’s not fun.

    May you new beautiful daughter grow up to be blessed & as spiritual as you are!


  6. Mazal Tov!!!!!

    Also, why do all the Nishmat ladies have girls? Something in the water there maybe…anyway, girls are awesome, and I am very happy for you.

  7. Congratulations ! Twins are sooo cute and sooo much fun. I actually have twin nieces. Its a little hard in the beginning when their little naps and meals don’t coincide but their adorableness will distract you so you won’t really notice. It gets easier really quickly. Babies are soo the cutest things around. Especially twin babies.

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