A Hindu Baby In Oregon.

This is simply too good not to share with my readers. It is a pity that I am unable to reproduce the whole thing here but I guarantee you that it will be very worth your while to go here.

Thank you Anjali for bringing this to my attention.

12 thoughts on “A Hindu Baby In Oregon.”

  1. That’s… weird. But then, Portland’s weird.

    If such a thing were at all possible, my first thought wouldn’t have been “we’ll convert her as soon as she’s old enough.” It would’ve been something along the lines of, “how fascinating – this will be interesting to watch, as she grows up.” But wait… that notion’s way more Portland than Texas. Now I’m confused.
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  2. I’m with you, Holly. I’m live in Oregon and off the top of my head I can see this as a poke at myriads of issues…parents of gay children…adoptive parents of children of different races, cultures, religions, etc. who deprive their children of their birthright by their assimilation… There are most likely many layers to be explored.
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  3. I agree with Holly. I expected Kaitlin to be her own person and I was curious to see what she would be like. A friend of mine thought it was the parent’s job to “mold little minds.” How boring.
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    1. Indeed! We agreed before having children to let them explore their spirituality – we’d encourage (provided they didn’t join a cult) and help guide with more information – but our journey isn’t necessarily theirs, and I’m not sure “molding minds” is part of the plan. And the two have different beliefs – they are certainly their own people, good people, if I do say so myself.
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