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# According to Ashkenazim a [[Shehecheyanu]] is not said at the [[Brit Milah]] except when a father is doing a [[Brit Milah]] for a firstborn son who is obligated in [[Pidyon HaBen]], <ref>Rama YD 265:7 </ref> however, according to Sephardim, the bracha is always said. <ref>S"A YD 265:7, Yalkut Yosef (Sova Semachot vol 2 pg 72) </ref>
# Next Hagefen is made on wine and then the bracha of Asher Kidesh Yedid MeBeten. <ref>S"A YD 265:1 </ref>
# If the [[Brit Milah]] takes place on Shabbat, if the one making the Brachot didn't yet make [[Kiddush]], he should drink from the cup of wine a Melo Lugmav and another [[ReviyitRevi'it]].<ref>Kitzur S"A 77:14</ref>
==Sandakut (holding of the baby)==
# One should appoint a pious Sandak.<ref>Kitzur S"A 163:1</ref>

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