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I had an awesome Godmother,which made me an awesome Godmother to 4, for me ,a Godmother is to support the spiritual needs of,she is supposed to be there for the child,this does not include spending money,I do give out gifts,my oldest godchild is 33 year old,her mother have never asked me for money. Also, this is very important,being Godparents is more of a spiritual thing then LEGAL,unless you have it documented in a will and on court papers, you child CAN NOT be given to the Godparents,if,you want the Godparents to take custody of your child or children in the untimely death of both parents,please get a will,and a lawyer. Also,if you have more than i child,do they have the same Godparents,if something happens,I quite sure you don't want your kids to be splitted up,so,when picking Godparents,and Guardians,make sure you know it's 2 different things and only Guardianship holds up in courts. I do hope I was some help.
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