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  • Alex Moreno

    I requoted this a couple of times lately. I hope we are able to sustain this for our kids. There is so much about this quote that is so true. Just love it.

  • Samantha Kempf

    So true! Kids need to learn about hard work and responsibility early on!

  • Griffin Monley

    "Do not handicap your children by making their lives easy." - Robert A. Heinlein ...it's so true! so many spoiled kids who rely on their parents in this world.

  • Ashley Hansen

    Very good advice! Take the silver spoon out and/or stop rescuing your children from every mistake in their life so your kids don't end up worthless adults annoying the rest of us functioning responsible ones thank you.

  • Debbie Centella

    So true! Didnt with My older kids BUT maybe need to remember this for my still little ones

  • Janine Han

    I Want My Kids to Fail « Rochester SAGE – Supporting Advanced & Gifted Education

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