Wednesday, December 26, 2012
From the Herald News:
Trim the tree. Light the menorah. For some interfaith couples, celebrating the holidays isn’t a “December dilemma.”
When Swansea resident Kim Reynolds, and her husband, Mark, first got married they celebrated Hanukkah, for her Jewish background, and Christmas, for his Catholic roots. And even after their son Aaron was born, they continued to put up a Christmas tree and light the menorah every December.
Reynolds and her brother, who also has children, are both in interfaith marriages so when the kids were young, the two families would “make a big deal out of both holidays,” she said.
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