It's very important for me to make sure that my son doesn't get used to me dictating and commanding what he should do. Instead, I'd rather my son develop good, mindful, thoughtful choice-making skills on his own, so he can learn to make right and wiser choices on his own.
Life isn't all rosy and cheery. But we know it isn't all doom and gloom either! How about we give inspiration equal time for a change? We all might be surprised what a daily diet of goodness will do for our kids' brains.