My daughter was very up set the other day when her partner announced that his family wanted to get their son christened. Now she doesn't have any objections regarding getting her children christened (Yes she has a daughter by a previous relationship) but wanted them both to be christened not just one of them. He then went on to Tell her that his brother and sister were going to be their son's God parents, knowing neither of these family members talks to my Daughter. How would you deal with this situation?
Although I was raised a Christian, as a family we do not follow a religious belief and neither of our children are christened. My daughter does now go to a catholic church to discover if it's the right path for her but feels forced to make a choice she is not comfortable with. To date I have not interferred but I feel her partners family are a little too intusive into decisions which should be made jointly by the parents.
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