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Now I'm welcoming both. By stressing the idea of a singular identity, I inadvertently sent a message of noninclusion.

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When I got married at 23 and pregnant with my first child at 25, I only saw the world through the lens of my limited experience, not for all the possibilities that it presented.

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His father was an jswish and his mother believed in all kinds of gods. It was my identity and I never questioned it, until my brother married a non-Jewish girl when I was 20 and I myself got engaged shortly after. I just felt Jewish, skte that meant. But having a Christmas tree was unthinkable to me, so giving up Christmas was our compromise. I never wanted anyone to be able to make my children feel the way I felt when my sister in-law attacked my Jewish identity; I wanted them to feel like they always belonged in the Jewish community.

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I excluded my husband's traditions and holidays so my daughter would feel secure in her Jewish identity. Ariel Ellman Ariel Ellman is the author of the Boston Harbor Romance Series and a forthcoming lyrical memoir about how language and messaging follows us throughout our childhood, shaping us into the women we become.

But when Chava Miriam, my fourth child, left the bubble of her Jewish school to switch to public school two messabing ago, she began to question the singular identity I presented her with. These Jewish traditions were foreign to him and he never felt like they belonged to him, despite his Jewish roots, but he embraced them out of solidarity with me and out of deep respect for the culture and history that his children were being born into.

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Ariel Ellman with her family in their home. I grew up culturally Jewish but not religious, baking cinnamon-and-nut rugelach with my Yiddish-speaking Ukrainian nana in her tiny Queens kitchen. He has never identified as Jewish, and it turns out he misses Christmas celebrations as much as our daughter longs for them. Related Opinion A 'War on Christmas'?

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Now I'm welcoming both. She used to love Sukkot and Hanukkah; now she wants Christmas and feels cheated. I excluded my husband's traditions and holidays so my daughter would feel secure in her Jewish identity.

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By stressing the idea of a singular identity, I inadvertently sent a message of noninclusion. When I got married at 23 and pregnant with my first child at 25, I only saw the world through the lens of my limited experience, not for all the possibilities that it presented.

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We lit the menorah on Hanukkah, substituted matza for bread on Passover, ate pomegranate seeds and brisket on Rosh Hashana. I just felt Jewish, whatever that sote. I saw my impending marriage as a chance to start fresh. I want them to feel pride in who they are, love themselves and celebrate whatever holidays make them feel good.

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I was determined to build a home and create a family whose identity was so firmly rooted in Judaism that no one could ever shake it. After that, I threw myself into getting everything about being Jewish just right.

I planned a fully Orthodox wedding complete with all the traditions: immersing myself in the mikvah, the Jewish ritual bath, rfee preparation for the ceremony; segregating the dancing of men and skte and covering myself from head to toe in a satin dress to comply with the rules of modesty. Our mother had Christian roots but had undergone a strictly Orthodox conversion that stood up under Hassidic examination. She used to love Sukkot and Hanukkah; now she wants Christmas and feels cheated.

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I worried my lack of knowledge somehow made me less Jewish and in turn would make my future kids feel the same way. I planned a fully Orthodox wedding complete with all the traditions: immersing myself in the mikvah, the Jewish ritual bath, in preparation for the ceremony; segregating the dancing of men and women; and covering myself from head to toe in a satin dress to comply with the rules of modesty. I had questioned almost everything else about myself in my 20 years of existence until that point — my intellect, attractiveness, sexual orientation, value as a person.

He has never identified as Jewish, and it turns out he misses Christmas celebrations as much as our daughter longs for them. I never gave a second thought to the lack of a Christmas tree in our house or felt like the only kid on the block without one.

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I want them to feel pride in who they are, love themselves and celebrate whatever holidays make them feel good. I ate franks with mustard and jesish at the local deli with my father in the Bronx. I grew up culturally Jewish but not religious, baking cinnamon-and-nut rugelach with my Yiddish-speaking Ukrainian nana in her tiny Queens kitchen.