Picture Books for Pagan Families: Beltane

Rain Goddess

By Meg Yardley Beltane, or May Day, celebrates the fertility of the earth, the diversity of our community, and the joys of living in a body.  Traditions for this holiday that are especially fun with children including gathering flowers to make wreaths and garlands; getting up at dawn to bathe your face in the dew; and dancing the Maypole. Here are some recipes for May Day, and I also love this piece on "How to celebrate Beltane with a 4-year-old”.In honor of Beltane, you may want to seek ou … [Read more...]

Wednesday Wisdom: Loving

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A weekly Wednesday Wisdom post with two or three profound or beautiful thoughts on a theme related to Paganism and childbearing. An invitation to meditate or just to pause a moment and consider. Heart, love, growth, and imperfection... "Though the human body is born complete in one moment, the birth of the human heart is an ongoing process. It is being birthed in every experience of your life." - John O'Donahue "Perhaps we parents would judge ourselves less harshly if we acknowledged that we … [Read more...]


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