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PostSubject: Follow-up to child-rearing    Tue Jan 18, 2011 10:22 am

Follow-up to child-rearing
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Megan has three children. Last year she was earning a lot of money and it really was easy to let her children take lots of lessons after school in ballet, drama and French. They pretty much we allowed to do what they want. Their wardrobes were filled with designer clothes, and the toys were everywhere.
Megan’s children weren’t spoilt in behavior but they were very blasé about looking after their possessions as it all felt a little easy come, easy goes. But Megan persevered.
Around four months ago Megan lost several large contracts and suddenly had more time to spend with the children, but also discovered it wasn’t so easy to just go out and buy things with the children, or fill their after school time with activities
Much to her surprise her children didn’t complain. In fact they said they enjoyed the time they have now more. They have become experts at finding free or very cheap activities to do together as a family that are often educational and inspiring. Her eldest child, though a little too young to work, has begun to display strong entrepreneurial skills after Megan explained that

the extra money for treats had to come from somewhere, and that somewhere wasn’t going to be her own bank balance.
Megan’s discovered that not giving her children everything can sometimes be one of the most important gifts you can pass onto your child.



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