Written by: Admin_SheEvo

As I stand at this crossroads of custom and modernity, my heart is torn between wanting to respect traditional beliefs and wanting my child’s well-being to come first. My husband and I have had a difficult conversation about circumcision, which shows how hard it is to be a parent in a diverse world.

The way my husband thinks is deeply rooted in his culture. He thinks that following his traditions and circumcising our son when he is older will make the ceremony more important and deep. He talks about how important it is to pass on this part of his legacy and how shared events connect the generations.

On the other hand, I like the idea of having the process done when our son is a baby. From a medical point of view, it might be good for your health, and it’s usually seen as a better and less painful choice. But I also think it’s a way to bring both of our cultures into our child’s raising, accepting the fact that our family is made up of different people.

These different points of view aren’t just about a medical treatment; they’re also about who we are, where we come from, and what we want for our child’s future. Respecting our roots and making sure our son grows up in a place that cares about his health, safety, and mental well-being is a balancing act.

My husband and I have had a lot of serious talks in which we’ve tried to understand each other’s points of view and find areas where we agree. We’re starting to understand how important each other’s views are and how deeply we feel about them. It’s a warning that the stories and customs that have shaped us have an effect on the choices we make as parents.

In the middle of making these decisions, we are also getting advice from medical experts and culture experts. We want to make a decision that is both in line with our morals and in our son’s best interests. It’s a warning that as parents, our choices have effects that last longer than the moment we make them.

As time goes on, I hope that we’ll find a solution that respects our family’s ethnic background while putting our child’s health and happiness first. This trip shows how complicated being a parent is. Love, custom, and the modern world all come together to shape the road we make for our kids.



My name is Yasmine Luhandjula, and I am the Chief Editor for She Evolves World. My role is to plan, manage and produce quality, engaging and informative content for our readers.