Top 10 Posts of 2016: #6 19 Things I Hope I’ve Taught My Daughter Before Her 18th Birthday

by Parent Co. December 28, 2016

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19 Things I Hope I’ve Taught My Daughter Before Her 18th Birthday

by Randi Mazzella

In just a few weeks my daughter will turn 18 years old. In the eyes of the world she will officially be an adult, even though she will always be my child. I have had 18 years to raise her and I think I did a pretty good job.

But as the days tick down until she’s all grown up, I’ve started to wonder if I really have instilled the life lessons she needs to be successful. My dear daughter, here are the 18 things I hope I've taught you in your 18 years of childhood.

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