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I don’t know if you’re aware, but my husband, Drew, is Jewish and I’m not.
I was raised Lutheran, though I don’t practice any religion at all now. So, I told Drew way before we got married that I was fine with raising our future kids Jewish — I’ll even take some Judaism classes before then — but the deal is he’s got to be the driver in that regard — I’ll be a passenger along for the ride — and we have to incorporate some of the cultural traditions that are important to me.
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And if he isn’t ready to be thoughtful about these topics, it may be time for you to think about moving on.
It doesn’t hurt that I also happen to have a lot of respect for Judaism — as much as I understand it, that is — and know now, even if I didn’t know the first day I met him, that Drew will be an amazing father and my kids would be lucky, lucky, lucky to have a dad like him. Once you’re certain about how you want to raise you kids, think about your wedding. This, more than raising kids, may be a more immediate concern for your boyfriend and could get him thinking about the larger picture.
I’d suggest the next time you’re having one of your conversations about marriage, you come out and ask him how he’d feel about being married by a rabbi – assuming that’s what you want.
We work at the same large company in different departments, and have a lot of shared interests, values, and goals.
We talked early on about the general idea of marriage and having children.
To that end, when we started talking about marriage to each other, I brought up the “religion question,” but whenever I bring it up, he shuts it down or shrugs it off, saying that it doesn’t matter what religion you raise kids with, as long as you give them good morals.