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Being a Witchy Mum


So as you all know i have two beautiful children, my son is 7 & my daughter is nearly 5! (Where have those years gone!) So I’d thought I’d blog about being a witchy mum and will be creating a whole blog section based on this, so would love your comments if any of you are too! I've asked another witchy mum to blog with me, so look out for her posts!

There are pro’s & con’s in everything, and as some of you who know me, you know I’m always so very honest! So i will bare all in the trials & tribulations of being a mum (& wife!) that is, well ...a witch!


So some of the pro‘s of being a kick-ass witchy mum is as follows;


  1. I’ve taught them to love nature... not just for the beautiful place it is, but to see all of the creatures & respect each one, the seasons & to love being surrounded by beautiful nature. (Don’t panic my kids still have iPads 🤣)

  2. Halloween is the best day & night EVER!

  3. Going to festivals & being surrounded by like-minded individuals!

  4. I let my kids be who they are, don't like something don’t do it. It’s as simple as that!

  5. Rooting through all my stock & picking what they need from it...


Luckily for me where I live there is no judgements, so I don't have to live in fear of what I am. There are still parts of the world that are still heavily fearful of witchcraft & magick. So strolling around with a black moon dress & crystals round my neck is totally acceptable and no one looks twice.


As a child we all make up our own spells & potions... the difference with my children is I teach them magical properties to each ingredient. Let their intuition guide them, then I ask what the spell is for then finally I teach them each meaning behind each item and why. Childhood magic is something special, they have a natural ability to do it. So I try and harness that as much as possible without bombarding them with information.


We do no harm to none here, so every creature is rescued, every bee is welcomed into our garden & we usually have a resident spider hanging around somewhere. (normally named Boris!) We love the flowers & the tree's and are so lucky to have woodland a few minutes walk from us. Many times we go exploring looking for fairies & other magical creatures in the woods. We leave offerings & have houses built for them to invite them to our garden.



Don't get me wrong, 80% of the time is normal kid-stuff. Playing on iPads, fighting with each other & riding their bikes. But if I can add something magical, something valued & give them one hell of a time doing it all, then being a witchy-mum is the best.thing.ever.




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I’m also a witchy mum, my son is 13 and my daughter is 9. I came to witchcraft quite late, even though I’ve always felt it there. I’ve been very open with my children about my practice and whilst they were initially somewhat sceptical, they’re slowly warming to the idea and recently enjoyed joining in with my Lammas celebrations. I can’t wait to prove to them that you’re never to old to have a little magic in your life!

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