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Re: Parent/Child Cognitive Functioning

Posted by Dinah on April 4, 2005, at 21:13:38

In reply to Re: Parent/Child Cognitive Functioning, posted by annierose on April 4, 2005, at 21:00:43

I may have passed on the genes, but I think I make few of the same parenting choices of either parent. (except high expectations, I guess) I parent by sitcom, and by parenting books.

I always try to remind myself of all the wonderful things I passed on to my son as well as the troublesome things, and that they are two sides to the same coin.

And I also try to remember that I'm going to screw my son up somehow. It'll be found fifteen years from now that sitcom/parenting book parenting is all wrong, and I've scarred him irreparably.




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