"Coming in a little late to this conversation, but I know where you are coming from. I'm in Afghanistan right now and my Mom has my daughter at a private school. It's run by a Methodist church, and she did ask me before signing her up, but…"
"For sure! I think, honestly, it's also a bit of worry about having to deal with the husband on this one. He's particularly anti-catholic. (His father's family are french catholic) . And I'll probably end up coming off as a total…"
"I understand where you are coming from. It's hard not to feel that way after breaking free from religion, at least for me. I live in Utah and it's hard to get my kid out and about without Mormonism coming into play. I would just let him do…"
"Hello! I'm Meg :) I'm 25 and have a 19m old son. My husband and I have been married 3 years at the end of August (:O!! time flies when you're having fun! ) . I've always been artsy fartsy but have found as I've gotten older…"
This group is for the crafty ones who love to work and create with their hands! If you love to knit, crochet, sew, scrapbook, woodwork, bead - then this is the place for you! Share your current or completed projects or come for helping tips.
Well, thought I might start up a new discussion since I joined. Hopefully it might start some conversation. We are a one car family and live in a small town. So, I have to walk everywhere and am rather limited to the places I can go. I've been trying to find some activities to join my son into so that he can be around other people. He is so friendly and LOVES other children. But, here's the roadblock: All the groups in town I can find that accept children his age have some connection to a…See More
"Hello! Not sure this group is active.. but I thought it might be nice to join. I'm new to Think Atheist :) I am a 25 y/o mother and wife. My son is currently 19m old and a real handful. I live in a small town without a visible atheist community…"
Mother to a wonderful son born Nov 23, 2009. Married to my best friend and fellow atheist :)
Why are you here?
To connect with other atheist families/mothers to help share experiences/advice with like-minded individuals.
The religion you left
Why you left your religion.
I was raised in a Southern Baptist family. Church to me was orange drink, cookies, and craft day. I really didn't ever care much about religion other than the community it provided as a child. As I grew older I realized that religion was a title placed upon me that I did not identify with. Upon meeting my atheist husband, further reflection of myself revealed to me I had no beliefs of any kind in any higher power.
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