Magic has always been a part of my life. It’s something I’ve consistently found to be special; a catalyst for change through potentially supernatural or otherwise inexplicable forces. Even when I gave up religion, I always maintained a belief in the power of nature and magic. I know I’m not the only mom out there who wants to share their witchcraft with their kids, either. That's why I asked witch moms to reveal the ways they teach their kids about magic, whether it’s through spending time together in nature, celebrating the Sabbats, creating altars together, cooking delicious food, or, well, you get the idea.
Way before I became a mother, I knew magic would be part of my future children’s lives. And now that I am a mom, I'm proud to say that it’s something I hope my son will enjoy for the better part of his life. He definitely loves spending time with his parents in the kitchen, and while cooking might not be seen as magical to some, I definitely think it is. It all depends on your intent, my enchanted ones.
I also tell my son about the Sabbats, also known as the Wiccan holidays, although we haven't started celebrating them yet. And I love teaching my son about the magic and power of nature itself. So if you’re thinking of sharing the path with your own littles, be sure to check out the following ways other moms are introducing their littles to witchcraft: