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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

The phrase, "Kids will be kids," is often used to explain bad behavior in teenagers. I think a more accurate phrase might be, "Bad parenting results in bad kids."

If you are a parent, you have a duty to teach your kids. 

Teach them how to be independent,
 teach them manners,
 teach them about honour and integrity, 
teach them how to think for themselves, 
teach them how to live life to the fullest. 

It is your job to prepare them to live a 
successful life, 
full of character, 
courage, and 
Prepare them as if your life depends on it; their's actually does.

It seems that most parents today think their only job as a parent is to make sure their kids have food, shelter, and fun. 
While there is definitely nothing wrong with any of these, just providing your kids with a home, some food, and playtime, will not prepare them for the future. 
Yes, it is important for kids to have lots of fun and playtime, but it is even more important for them to grow up prepared to live a happy, successful life.

Don't leave their lives to chance. 

Take the time to prepare your kids. 

If you don't, who do you think will? 
The government? 
Other Kids? 

Nobody cares about your kids like you do. It is your sacred duty to prepare your children. 
Don't take it lightly. 


"If you want to know somebody's character, observe their children."