I am a very open and proud Pagan. My DH is Christian. We decided long ago not to teach our children religion. WE just don't feel it's something that can be taught, but something that must be found. SO, we are keeping religion out of their lives as much as possible. I do my rituals and meditation out of their sight and he doesn't preach (although he's not that kind anyways). But, we want to start celebrating the holidays, which we have never done before (they were never a big thing for us, usually we just worked those days). So, we are wanting to find good ways to combine them. I will only be putting up decorations that go with BOTH belief systems and we will serve foods for those meals from both as well... So, I am looking for tips and tricks to do just that. Decorations, meals, stories and anything else that could help us to combine for the holidays...
Any sugestions are welcome!
Answer by whistlemom3 at 1:07 AM on Sep. 29, 2009
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Answer by SabrinaMBowen at 9:21 AM on Sep. 29, 2009
I am not religious ..my partner is Wiccan. We celebrate Halloween, Christmas, Easter, etc ..in a non-religious way. I guess we do it the commercialized way ...but make sure we spend it with friends and family and have a good time. I'm also leaving religion up to my daughter. Whatever she chooses is her up to her and it's her right :) She knows as much as a 10 year old would know about different religions and Holidays.
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