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A Traditional Ceremony

>> Jul 9, 2012

My brother who lives in another town came last Friday night.  I’m so happy for him; he has job promotion yet should be moved to the capital city (Jakarta, Indonesia). He doesn’t plan to ask his children and wife to move along, as his office gives him a week off after three weeks work.

On Saturday afternoon, we (my brother, hubby and I) visited my father’s and mother’s graves. On Sunday, we attended a family occasion that threw by an aunt. You may call it a baby shower celebration that held one to two months before the baby is born.
My brother, hubby and cousins
Last Sunday, my aunt and uncle had their daughter’s nujuh bulanan, a traditional prenatal ceremony held during the seventh month of a woman’s first pregnancy. The mother-to-be is wrapped in seven layers of batik fabric or dress and doused with water –by her parents and other senior relatives- to wish her good tidings. Every one prayed for the safety of her pregnancy and babybirth. 

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