Why? Shouldn't that be their decision to make? What if they regret this when they reach adulthood?
Of course that gets picked out of my post. My husband and I made the decision together. I have posted it quite a few times already. I believe, even in this thread, but also in others. Where our first son was born, there were no mohels, and because I
am not Jewish, we didn't believe one would do it anyway. For the second son, we were in an area we could find a mohel, but again, I
am not Jewish.
That is the condensed version of my replies. Please, don't turn this into a debate, again. This thread isn't the place for debating whether or not my husband and I should have gotten our sons circumcised. The oldest, being old enough to understand the difference, has indicated no resentment or anger or anything toward us because he was circumcised. And his dad has no problems with his own, having been done when he was a baby as well.
So please, now that I have answered, again, leave it off this thread. The answer is in other threads, including, I believe, a debate thread in a different sub-forum.