Baldur and Hodur: The Aesir Twins
Despite Odin’s numerous adulteries with many women, there is but one true love for him: his queen, Frigg. Odin and Frigg have a blessed marriage of comfort and compassion. They would be lost without each other. For Odin gives Frigg the fire of passion she needs to get what she wants, and Frigg reminds Odin of his morality and keeps his brash side in check. Bottom line, Odin and his lady wife are birds of a feather, and a couple with endless love to share between them.
Odin strives to make his beloved wife happy. So much so, he constantly showers her with gifts. He traverses Midgard for long periods of time in search for the perfect treasures to give his wife. But no matter what materialistic gifts he can give her, they’ll never compare with the greatest gifts he has given Frigg; their children. With Frigg, Odin has fathered several children. He gave her strong sons and sharp witted and beautiful daughters. Among these children are two diffe