Sound Parenting Advice

As a dad, I can only hope my daughter writes something like this when she grows up.  Now I just have to come up with some great advice for her.  Here are a few nuggets I’m stealing: 

13.  Invest your money in something. 

14.  Invest yourself in something else.

2 Responses to Sound Parenting Advice
  1. Charlsie
    July 18, 2006 | 4:17 pm

    Wow – thanks for the link.

    I’m at home this week studying for the bar and the condensed advice my dad has shelled out in the past few days –

    “You should be relaxing by now. If you didn’t learn it in that review course you took, I doubt you’re going to learn it this week. If I passed the bar, you’ll pass the bar. Drink a beer with me on the porch.”

    Encouraging, while being a touch disheartening, and all around distracting. It is nice to be told you might have already done enough, even if it comes from a very bias source.

  2. Darryl Power
    April 5, 2007 | 6:39 am

    It is good to get parents advice once in a while but sometimes just sometimes you must have confidents in yourself.

    Darryl

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