Interfaith families often raise their children Jewishly. They are growing our community — and it’s time to welcome them properly.
You have every right to say what you want. But this conversation is not about rights. Like so many family discussions, it is about human relationships and sensitivity and timing.
You are my best friends. I’ll need to rely on you to help me show this young man the beauty of Judaism.
All of this is to say you need not worry that your daughter-in-law’s interest will necessarily be confusing to your grandchild.
Divorce does not free you from making parental decisions together. Religious practice is just one of the many issues that you will need to negotiate with the father of your children even though you are no longer married. No time like the present to begin.