First off let me say HI! and any advice/links/articles/etc are greatly appreciated and welcome. I have been a pagan for many years, my husband is not (son of a preacher, but has no ties with that…Continue
"thank you all so much for your input. I am planning on teaching her the basics for the first few years (be nice to others, respect the earth,etc.) and wait till shes older to really start talking about the deity aspect. Still trying to figure…"
"Pagan children "see" many things growing up around practicing Pagans and are included in many things,as they grow,so the education for them,honestly,is from day one......Paganism,including the many paths,thousands,around the Pagan circle…"
"My son's mother and all of her immediate and extended family are Baptists...... How do a Pagan and a Baptist end up having a child together you ask???.... Well you see.. when a very horny and, dare I say.... handsome young fraternity man and a…"
"I don't have children, but growing up in a diverse community I saw how this was done. Its pretty simple. You do as you always have done. Include your children from day one in however you connect to your faith and expose them to others. Try not…"
"there are tunes of pagan children story books and activity books that you can read her, you can meditate with her, take her on nature hikes and tell her you are out to experience the presents of the nature spirits. Tell your mother…"
"I have 2 children, a 10 year old girl and a 3 year old boy. They are named Mia Sri Laksmi and Raven Sage Ganesha (Hindu deities)...so that was a start for me with them. My boy had a natural waterbirth, lotusbirth (no cord cutting- I…"
"I grew up pagan, didn't realize it was odd until I went to school...lol.
My family just lived and I just lived right along with them and learned as I went. Raised my kids the same way. In-laws were a problem at times, but I would explain that…"
"HOW wonderful that you can agree on this and what an adventure......I'd keep it as daily and simple as can be,depending on your path. my Mom told me tales of Scottish Faeries when I was really young,I passed them on to my kids. When you…"
First off let me say HI! and any advice/links/articles/etc are greatly appreciated and welcome. I have been a pagan for many years, my husband is not (son of a preacher, but has no ties with that faith) We are all fine and dandy....now we have a child. I want her to grow up knowing my craft, and after a "long" discussion with my husband, he agrees. My problem comes from where do i start? how do i explain everything i know or have learned to a child in terms they can understand? i still have…See More