When I was a kid I had a book called My Father Can Fix Anything, by Mabel Watts. I liked the book, but it kind of ticked me off that the writer thought that her father was as good at fixing things as my father.
The things that parents teach their children serve them in everything from getting them out of binds to helping them save money by making things last longer.
I heard a story this week about a young man who picked up a broken flat screen television. They took it home, did some research, and put an $18 capacitor in it. It works great. You wonder, “How did that guy know how to do that? Where do you learn that stuff?” He learned it from his father.
Parents teach their children.
This mp3 helps parents know how to be good teachers to their children.