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DH and I are not on the same page with religion. It's perfectly fine between us though. He respects my opinions, I respect his, and we raise our children with open minds. We're very compatible together.
I have friends of all different religions. We've never had issues with this. I try my best to accept people for who they are not what religion or race or anything else that's different than me.
My husband and I are on the same plane as far as religion goes. I can go to a Christian church and be okay. David dislikes Christian church and will not go at all. I have friends that are Jewish, Christian, and Pagan. We don't argue about religion.
Josh and I are both pagans. My friends are all pagan/spiritual. The few friends we have that are Christian are "sloppy" Christians so religion is never an issue. Josh's family on the other hand are crazily obsessed Christians. It's so incredibly annoying. They're so over the top with it that we can't even get offended by the stuff they say/do because it's so ridiculous!!
I like your term "sloppy" Christians. This is fitting for a lot of people I know
Kane is spiritual I would say, but open minded about everything. He enjoys going to church during the Christmas time, and I don't know have a problem with that. He's very respectful of what I believe in and supports it 100%.
My family is all Christian, but my mom is open minded enough to at least listen to what I have to say. My Grandma and I talk, and she's normally, for the most part, respectful. Never any fights so
DH was raised Southern Baptist, went to a Baptist university, became Atheist for a time and is now "Christian" where he believes in God but thinks organized religion distorts the message of God. I am "New Age," a little bit of Pagan, a little bit of general spirituality and a little bit of creating your own Universe through your thoughts and vibrations. I go to church with him on Christmas Eve, he reads tarot cards with me. When we have a child she will make her own decision on if and what religious path she may want to follow, with no influence from us.
My in-laws on the other hand...well let's just say we are less than a day's drive away and DH finds every opportunity to avoid seeing them. My MIL, knowing that at the time I was Agnostic, got me a BIBLE with my name on the front for DH's and mine first Christmas married, with a copy of Fireproof and The Love Dare. DH was not pleased.