It's wrong to give children the impression that you know what you don't know.<quoted text>
Your experiences are not everyone's. Many people are perfectly happy in the religion they grew up in. Many of them had positive experiences, and see no reason to change. I had a great childhood. I just stopped believing in the religion of my parents, that's all. It was not confusing, or traumatic in anyway.
My children are perfectly happy with the religion they grew up in. They see it as a positive thing, and see no reason to change. If they did, I'd have no problem with it, but they don't seem to want to be anything but Wiccan.
It's only your opinion that it's wrong to give children a religious foundation. And for some, it isn't a good thing. But that hardly proves that it's bad for all children. That's merely your bigotry talking.
You don't know that you will reincarnate, but that is what you taught your children.
You don't know that a spirit or a soul even exists, much less to teach that the spirit of the goddess comes in to the baby at birth.
When you teach such nonsense, you are putting yourself up where you have no right to be.
To be completely honest, you must admit that you don't know the answers ... PERIOD!
And that would mean, you could not BE a religious "teacher."