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I'm far from having a kid, but I do keep notes for parenting whenever I find something interesting.
Part of me feels like I have to be the best version of myself by the time I have kids.
But realistically, I know when the time comes, it's the time I have to learn most things along the way.
Still, I'd like to know that I'll be at least fairly competent in certain areas of life so that I can raise a good human who contributes to the world.
So here are a few things I'd like to get to at for my future kid:
As the saying goes: "you are what you eat" and from what I currently see in school's cafeteria, kids nowadays are getting no way near the nutrition they need and this habit carries over to later stage in life.
Ultimately I'd like to teach them about facts in nutrition so they learn how to make sound food choices on their own.
Not advocating getting a boyfriend/girlfriend that early in life, but generally how to treat a human being well.
Kids want things all the time, I really think they should learn how to give.
Sometimes I joke that If ever had a daughter, I'd ask her what Disney princess she wants to become, and the correct answer is Cinderalla, because she does all the house chores.
Joke aside, there's a cool moral of the story behind Cinderalla, that is she always believes in herself and her self-worth despite being mistreated by her step family.