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If you teach him, he will learn. Boys, once they get old enough to realize gender differences, probably do identify with the God aspects more than the Goddess, but that doesnt mean you can't teach him all about Her. Include him in rituals, sing songs of your faith, say pagan prayers together. There are several books available for pagan families, these are resources worth having. As he gets older, he may look to see what Dad is doing/practicing and want to follow in his footsteps, but what he has learned all his life will still remain a source of spiritual comfort no matter what faith he (or she, in case you're having a girl) decides to pursue.
Earthy-Birthy Tree-hugging Mama to 5 (6 for now) great kids:
SciGuy,14 Butterfly Girl,12 Wyldchild,7 FlowerFairy,5 and Babybird,3
I teach my kids about all religions. I want them to make their own choice (I have 2 boys and 1 girl) when they are old enough. Religion is a very personal matter, and I should not be allowed to chose it for them.