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Halacha - Passing a Baby
Submitted by chaim  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh

One may not pass any object even a baby to his wife when she is a nida, even if the child is old enough to put out his hand and even if he actually does so. However if the child leans by himself from one parent to the other it is permitted because the child went by himself and was not "passed".

posted:2009-01-10 23:39:27

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