When teaching and guiding children it’s really helpful to step into their shoes and socks for a minute or two and really see the world from their eyes, hear the world from their ears and feel how the situation feels to them. As it shifts your perception of the event or the situation and helps you be more tolerant and understanding.
Your child learns a lot by just watching you and how you deal with money. Spending, saving, withdrawing or donating money: they’re all chances to teach your child more of the basics around it.
So why not look at the sort of family relationships you’d really love to have with each of your children in 2010 or look at the sort of parent you’d like to be described as when your kids are all grown up and are telling their kids about you.