Let Children Change

by ParentCo. February 13, 2015

I once got into an argument with my mother because she smugly parallel parked and asked, "Can you do that yet?" Confused, I responded, "Yes. Why?" "Well, you couldn't used to. Remember when you took your driver's test?" "When I was 17? You're aware I'm now well into my thirties, correct?" Check out this great piece from The Motherlode: "But even when we’re the ones wrestling with our own parents’ dated vision, we current parents don’t think often enough about whether we’re already boxing our children in." via Let Children Change - NYTimes.com.


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