What a great idea, I think more people should know what great kids atheists have.
So my two, no longer little heathens. Perhaps sometime I'll add some parenting thoughts, but for now:
Cameron, age 12. OK, it's a little cheesecake, but he was reading.
My daughter Eden is 16.
Two great kids - we did not plan on giving them unisexual names, but Eden is a boy's name in England and of course Cameron is a boy's or girl's name. I am doing everything I can to hold back from outrageous bragging about them.
Both names are Finnish--my wife is from Finland (there's state church there, but a lot more acceptance of nonbelievers). Ronja is pronounced /ron ya/ and Eila is pronounced /ey la/--ey rhymes with bay. We're trying to raise them bilingual. That's not so tough. But trying to raise them without superstitions (until they're old enough to understand the relevant concepts) is really tough. So how do you dump pictures into the box?