Have Knife - Will Travel

Welcome to travelingmohel.com! If you are expecting a boy, or if your son has just been born, and you live in an area without a local mohel (or the local mohel is unavailable, or you are exploring other options), travelingmohel.com is the address for you.

I come highly recommended by happy parents, rabbis and physicians, and have developed the traveling for a bris down to a science so that you have the best experience possible from a traveling mohel, your baby is given the attention he needs and deserves, and we remain in constant contact until your baby is completely healed from his bris (circumcision).

I currently live in South Florida, making me an ideal candidate to fly anywhere in the Caribbean or the United States. I am open to flying just about anywhere in the world!

For more information about me and my thoughts on bris milah/ brit milah/ berit milah, please see my regular blog at http://www.mohelinsouthflorida.com/

Click here to read the inaugural thoughts of this website/blog. This posting is the important first step in understanding what I offer and how my mohel services will best fit your needs.


Getting Around Florida

Being based in south Florida, most of the brisses I do are in the general area near where I live.

As a traveling mohel, flights take me (mostly) around the country and to Caribbean islands. But this past weekend I had two engagements in Central Florida.

I flew to Gainesville for this baby's bris.

 Here is a fantastic cloud I saw from the plane.

Touchdown in Gainesville was fun. (Not a very exciting video, but it's only 1 minute)

The airport is tiny, and there is no major taxiing time to the terminal because there aren't other planes coming in. There are four gates, and the area between gate and airport exit is nothing like at any large airport. Maybe 100 steps.

Going back was even better because there was one person on the security line: me.

On Sunday I drove to Orlando - but forgot to take photos. Ho hum. My kids gave me a "Harry potter" book on CD, so that kept me company in the 3.5 hour drive (each way!). That and the phone, of course.