She Wore Two Pentacles To School  

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My daughter, who is 9 years old (10 next month!) proudly came down the stairs this morning wearing two pentacles on one chain.


When she was 5, she had a pentacle (which is in the above picture) that she wanted to wear to school, but 'back then' I was worried about her losing it. Wearing Her Pentacle

Now I'm more curious of the reactions she may get from people. She is so proud of her upbringing when it comes to spiritual beliefs. Unfortunately, the kids at school all have that 'witch misconception' in their heads and she has a tough time explaining/correcting them. We're working on it.

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4 comments

Good for her, hope she gets on Ok at school. I love your blog and reading the stories about your lovely family. I'm just trying to get started on mine so very much trying to find my way around the page at the moment! If you would like to follow me back it is http://www.astartemoonblog.blogspot.co.uk/ Any words of wisdom greatly appreciated lol! Blessings, Alison xx

February 7, 2013 at 4:12 AM

Hi Alison,

I will follow you :) and thank you for the comment! No troubles at school that day! There is one girl who shares an interest in Livi's book "Arthur Spiderwick's Field Guide to the Fantastical World Around You " and the book "Magickal, Mystical Creatures" - this girl LOVED her pentacles today She was the only one who said anything! whew!

February 7, 2013 at 12:49 PM

That's great to hear, I think children are maybe more accepting than adults are so hopefully she shouldn't have anything negative from her peers. Lovely for her to get positive feedback. Thanks for following my blog that's really kind of you. Blessings, Alison x

February 7, 2013 at 1:57 PM
Anonymous  

We live in the bible belt. My oldest daughter did this when she was 6. It ended up with a phone call from the principal telling me it was "offensive to other students". We explained our side. He wouldn't budge and from then on out our daughter was singled out in school. We pulled her out and started homeschooling. We also sued the school board and won our case 2 years later. The district then amended their school policy to include a religious tolerance paragraph. We have homeschooled all of our children ever since.

Hopefully your daughters experience was very different, hopefully the times have changed enough.

April 8, 2013 at 2:45 AM

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