So, Joey's new daycare is a Christian daycare. I think I told you that....anyway, I don't think we really knew what that meant. I mean, honestly, I kinda knew but Rick...most definitely didn't know.
Last week when we got Joey's first daily sheet a few things immediately popped out at us. So much in fact that I almost didn't want Rick to see the sheet. The sheet lists what songs they sing and books they read and what kind of games they played. Now, you can imagine what kinds of songs and books and games a Christian daycare sings, reads and plays....I think the book was Jesus is in me. (Not effing kidding...who the hell chooses that title).
Rick immediately flew off the handle. Which unleashed intense rage on my behalf because I was very upfront and honest with him about the Christian part of this daycare, ADDITIONALLY, I scheduled a tour for him to go out without me present. If he had any indication that this was something he could not live with, he had ample time to A; say something, and B; find us a new daycare.
So here we are.
I am struggling because its not my intention to fill Joey's head with things that we don't necessarily practice at home. But at the same time, religious songs and beliefs about good deeds and all that is not the same as organized religion go to church type stuff. I mean they aren't holding a sermon every day for crying out loud, they are singing songs about Jesus being in them (so weird, everytime). And, he's 1, he has no idea what is going on.
So I am left with what's the worse that could come of this....honestly, I don't see anything wrong with them trying to teach him Christian values. Because what that means is they are teaching him to be a "good" person, do good things, love your neighbor type stuff!? I think. I don't know. I'm torn.
I think where this is really going to start getting interesting is when he does actually understand what they are saying and when he starts asking us a lot of questions.
Parenting is getting interesting.