After being a seeker for a long time, it is the path that feels right to me...I was a Wiccan long before I knew what Wicca was. I was raised as a Christian, and the rest of my family remains so. Basically I have questioned the teachings of Christianity as far back as I can remember.
Spiritually Wicca is absolutely fulfilling, second only to being a mom, however it is not always an easy path on which to walk. I find it very lonely at times. Being the only Wiccan (that I know of) in this area, there are not a lot of opportunities to socialize and explore with others. And being from a rural, Bible-thumping area, most of the social arena is tied up with which church you're associated with. Although, recently I had an old friend approach me and state that she was interested in learning more about Wicca. So while I don't know how serious she is, at least there may be some opportunity to socialize with someone who doesn't consider me to be a crystal-wearing, rainbow-flag waving, hippie freak. Ha.
I do try to teach my son some of the tenants of Wicca. He's only 4, so it's basic things that a child can understand. Unfortunately I have to watch exactly what I teach him because of course he will repeat it. He does go to a Christian preschool here, for several reasons. One, I think he needs to learn about Christianity since he will grow up and be surrounded by it and at some point will need to make a choice as to what he believes. Two, it is the best preschool in the area and the curriculum is wonderful. He is light-years ahead of other kids his age. Anyway, as we all know, people are not always able to understand what is different, especially in a small town where everyone else is the same, and I don't want any drama.