Hi, I am new to this groups so I am sorry if this is already discussed somewhere and I didn't find it! My partner and I are both devout atheists (haha) and of course want to raise our daughter (now 2) without any religious dogma. For background, both of our families are religious (mine: catholic, with eye rolls at my atheism; his:fundamentalist xtian, with threats to come exorcise the demons from him due to his atheism). The question I have is that the holidays have got me thinking about how to approach our family beliefs as my daughter gets older. Right now we live thousands of miles away, so its not too big of an issue, but in future years we may want to visit for the holidays, or move back to the area. Does anyone have any experiences they can share with how they raised their children in similar families? Of course I can never leave her alone with my in-laws, who would fervently spend every day teaching her about the 'saviour' and secretly baptizing her. But we are surrounded by other religious traditions in daily life - my religious upbringing at least gives me a framework for understanding religious traditions but how do I give that to her without the belief part? Thought maybe some people on here might have some interesting stories about approaches that worked (or didn't) when raising atheist children and teaching about religion. thank you!