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Hmm... I really don't find there's anything scary about Wicca or Wiccan belief... I'd gone to our library and bookstores to read up any subjects I'm interested in. The internet is another source. Not that I will practise the religion but no harm learning a bit extra eh?
Or perhaps its due to being brought up in a place of colourful culture. I'm quite used to seeing different types of rituals being performed in public - as long as the religion is alloowed by our government. So yeah, nothing scary really...
Posted: 3/20/2005 9:01:48 PM
|Hahaha... "Singavamp"... Thanks for the new ID Craww! Might wanna get my friend who's good at drawing Japanese Manga to create an icon outta that ;)|
And ya... I understand where ya coming about the baby...
Posted: 3/24/2005 8:29:29 PM
his comments wernt negative at all. Ya just blew all crediblity with me. Check yerself about your delusions of persecution before you think at all about influencing your kid. If there was a reason for adoption.....
Anyway, I suppose now your going to try and hex me or something else. scary.
Dont worry about teaching your kid. This is likely a phase you will grow out of in a few months. Sigh.
Posted: 3/24/2005 8:34:12 PM
sometimes i think the happybunnypaganswhoneedtobeattackedbytheevilchristians are about as bad as the biblebangingimrightandifyoudontthinksojesusissendingyourasstohellwithmycompliments types. Nice to see someone with a cool head.
Posted: 3/24/2005 9:06:48 PM
|I like multisyllabalic words, even if i have to make them up.|
Posted: 4/5/2005 1:27:39 PM
|Dreamer :) concerning the issue of your child, I will suggest bringing her up with the knowledge of Wicca but the freedom to choose what path she will, let her know the beauty that is Wicca, she will decide what path she wants to start on :) and the best thing that you can do is support that. |
As for the father and being into dark magick, I would keep her as far away from that as possible, that is the absolute LAST thing that you need to subject a child to, especially one that young.
Other than that the only thing that I can suggest is have fun! you have a daughter who is a blessing from the Great Mother, enjoy her!
Good Luck :)
Posted: 7/20/2006 1:26:11 PM
|if those are ur beliefs then why would she be too young to be exposed to them? other religions expose their children to theirs when they are first born. why would it be any different?|
|single mom with wiccan beliefs|
Posted: 12/25/2006 2:57:19 PM
|As a Wiccan myself, I find alot of comments on this thread offensive.|
Do you NOT take a child, from DAY ONE, to church, in the Catholic or whatever other religions ?
All three of my sons, aged 11, 9 and 7 are involved in our religion.
OP....get a few books of Amazon, Wicca For Beginners: Fundamentals of Philosophy & Practice (For Beginners), The Complete Idiot's Guide to Wicca, or Family Wicca: Practical Paganism for Parents And Children.
I have all three books and love them.
|single mom with wiccan beliefs|
Posted: 2/25/2008 6:24:20 PM
|When your girls are ready and with children being the incredibly imaginative and curious creatures that they are.|
They will ask YOU all kinds of questions about things like god, spirituality, death, life, and the meaning of it all, yes they even will ask about magick and if it is real or not.
It would be fairly safe to say though that you wont have to worry about such questions until they have spent some time in school at the very least.
Basically.. when the time is right you will know and know what to do for starters though, you can do everything in your power as a mom to encourage their imagination.