We have so many stories to fill you in on. A great (East) Indian Thanksgiving Dinner, communing with a fish tank, our fantastic flight in business, everything here in New York, friends from Cincinnati that could miraculously be here with us. But in the minute I have this morning here's what you've been waiting for:
Let her be called among her people--Amalia Devora Chen bat Baruch Chaim v'haRav Simcha Yonatan.
Amalia means the Work of God, and Amal is also Hope in Urdu
Devora is for my father, Dov Ber, and my maternal grandmother Dorthy
Chen means Grace, and is for Steve's great grandmother Chana, and also for the fact that she was named on Chanuka, and born between Diwali, the Hindu festival of light, and our Chag Urim, Festival of Lights.
Her name in English is Amalia Greenberg Goldstein, aka Amalia Gigi.
More later. (For the Hebraically challenged, Chen is pronounces with "ch" like in Loch, not like in Church.)
Steven, Steve, and Amalia