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Jeannie - posted on 11/03/2009
I am also a pagan mommy. It is good to meet other pagan mothers. I have 5 children, 4 of them live with me, 16, 10, 5, and 2 weeks. I have not actively practiced the craft in a few years but since I got pregnant I have felt it is time to return to my true path. I look forward to hearing from others of you who are pagan mothers.
Prudence - posted on 06/17/2009
i used to be wiccian I had friends who would celebrate with me. Then they moved. I lost the feel to practice. Now that I have a three month old i'd like to get back into it can anyone give advice on how?
Marie - posted on 05/18/2009
Our one year old has been to ritual with us right from the start. He complains if he's left in the stroller outside the circle when we go to pagan ritual and festivals, so we bring him into our circles every time. I've been an eclectic practitioner since 1995, now I help to teach the Ottawa Pagan Schola, HPS several rituals (I led a bardic style Yule ritual 2008), I am a retired Director for the Temple of the Sacred Grove, and retired assistant organizer for the Ottawa Pagan Conference 1 day event (which has now been running since 2003). My family billeted a guest of Gaia Gathering last Victoria day weekend, and I gave birth after a one day visit to that conference (our guest instinctively stayed away until late Sunday *grin*)
So our munchkin has been to ritual, we had a very pagan women's weekend while I was pregnant and turned it into a very pagan baby/mommy shower based on the Women's Mysteries book (don't recall the author's names). My priestess had some japanese blessings done for us and we did 5 rituals - it was fabulous! :)
Mandy - posted on 05/13/2009
Hello... Pagan mommy here as well :) My little heathens are 6 & 7 but have a pretty decently rounded view of the world. We try to explain why certain days and times of year are important and do some fun crafty sorts of things aimed at including them. However, we also encourage them to ask questions and form their own opinions about how the universe should all go together.
Michelle - posted on 02/08/2009
Pagan here, though my husband is not. My son just turned two and tomorrow will be his first full moon "ritual." Otherwise I'm just trying to raise a conscientious, well-rounded, happy child. If he turns out Pagan like his mommy, well, all the better (^.^).
Kellie - posted on 01/28/2009
I'm new to this circle too and also fairly new to my path so I tend to do any celebratory stuff on my own so far. My husband is happy for me to do it but he isn't into it and my kids are only 3 and 4 so they are a bit young to understand so far. I do try to answer any questions they have like why I wear a pentagram etc. Anyone else in a similiar situation?
Jamie - posted on 01/27/2009
Eclectic pagan here! I've studied a few traditions in depth over the last (gonna make myself feel old here) 24 years but have found my niche in a non wiccan sort of way :) Good to see other mommas around here! I'll have to read more later .... it's definitely bedtime! Bendithion!
Donna - posted on 01/25/2009
I'm a Pagan-Mama too! I found this website a few years back. My kids and I love it. We have done several of the crafts and go back to the site often to look at different things. check it out. www.broomstix.com
It's a site for kids. Donna
Liz - posted on 01/23/2009
Hey! I"m a Pagan Mom, and I"m raising my daughter in the craft. I have a circle that I celebrate with, but I'm mostly solitary. We really like to use the ideas in the book Circle Round. It's got really good ideas on things the family can do together. I take my daugher (she's 12) to ritual with me, and we also do small things at home.
Nice to meet other Pagan moms!
Wendy - posted on 01/14/2009
Yup i'm a pagan mummy. Well more of a choate but its under the very big umbrella termof paganism, i teach, i'm a HPS and have been pagan for 16 years! Always nice to meet others! We celebrate the festivals here. I try and get the ittle guy involved as much as i can but he has autism so his uderstanding is limited but he likes it when we;re all having a good timeLOL.
Blessed be Wendy!