(will NOT ask my Rov)
Is it muttar to shave if one has a little daughter he wants to hold?
A man or a woman?
(read op again)
Shave v’al ta’aseh.
Last I heard, not shaving is a minhag and not halacha. Also, why can’t you hold your little daughter when you have a beard? What do people who never shave do then?
What they do? They keep pulling the sticky little hands out and untangling the beard, or its remains.
Little Froggie:- You should have shaven this past week when the Availus was suspended for Yom h’Atzmaut.
147: First of all I didn’t know that those who do celebrate the day suspend the availus. Is it universal?
Second of all, I don’t necessarily celebrate that day.
Third, I don’t shave. (!!!)
(and yes she does pull, ouch!! She won’t know what it feels like)
hey get your hands outta……………….
LF: The basic Sevara is that if you say Hallel, it’s not a day for Nihugei Aveilus.
Last I heard, not shaving is a minhag and not halacha.
So is not eating kitniyot, and you know how people here feel about
Sam, would that depend on what type of halel you say? I also heard quoted from Rav Schachter that only things that are specifically celebratory in relation to the day would be permitted, i.e. dancing, but not haircuts which we don’t generally do to celebrate.