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As I’ve gotten
wiser older, I’ve really come to realize the impact that our childhood has on our adult life. I recognize that childhood is extremely important; and as parents we always talk about how big of an impact it has on how our kids turn out. Lately I’ve done some soul searching of my own, and I’ve picked up on a few things about myself that are a direct result of my childhood.
I hope you guys don’t totally think I’m a weirdo now. I could have drug this list on a little bit longer, but I figure after telling you that I don’t go to the dentist and that I don’t always fold our clothes, you might start to think I’m a bit unruly and unkempt. So I better stop it right there. I’m pretty sure my son will grow up to hate dusting the furniture. Because next to laundry, it’s my least favorite chore. One that I fully intend to deem his responsibility when he gets a wee-bit older.
What quirks, mindsets and habits are you building in your own children?
What areas of your adult life have been impacted by your childhood?
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