December is always an interesting time for interfaith families. For families with a Christian dad and Jewish mom (or vice versa), there’s a lot of balancing to be done.
The website InterfaithFamily.com does an excellent job of dealing with all the issues that come up. It’s written primarily for Jews married to Christians (and the Jews and Christians who love them).
The current online “issue”:http://www.interfaithfamily.com/site/c.ekLSK5MLIrG/b.307168/k.83F6/Interfaith_Relationships.htm includes articles such as: “Her non-Jewish husband decided not to do Christmas, but now she misses it” and “Hanukkah at home, Christmas at the in-laws. But what happens when the in-laws die?”