A Q&A about how Chelsea Clinton and her husband should raise their daughter, Charlotte. Reprinted from the Forward's Seesaw column.
Get ready for back-to-religious-school by embracing the carpool.
Dan reflects on his many trips to Israel and feels that it's time for his first visit with his whole family.
Elizabeth didn't realize she and her husband were both Tay Sachs carriers until she was pregnant. This is what she learned from the experience.
Jewish camps with listings on our website that welcome interfaith families.
“Wait a minute, I don’t bless my own food before eating. I guess if that’s something I want my kids to do, I’d better start doing it.”
Perosnal narrative from an intermarried Protestant man describing how he and his wife had worked out many big interfaith issues before getting married, yet also describing some of the many issues they’ve realized they had initially overloo
Though nervous her husband would be seen as 'different' or 'other' in a synagogue setting, finding a synagogue home community became important for one interfaith family.
When my husband read an early draft of this essay, he asked, ''Why doesn't her partner have to support our daughter? After all, they agreed to raise children as Jews.'' What does it mean to raise a Jewish child?
An intermarried couple's parenting philosophy, when it comes to religion and finding one's own identity.