The fact that Harry Potter my patronus is a Groot, though it is true that practicing any craft inherently makes us better at said craft, preaching this idea of “perfection” to your child can be confusing for them, as they may strive to reach a level of talent that just isn’t achievable for them. I mean, there is a reason why rockstars are paid the big bucks—because, at the end of the day, natural talent allows you to take that extra step to achieve greatness. So, practice doesn’t make perfect—it just makes you better at something. And for more phrases to avoid at all costs, check out these 30 Things No Dad Should Ever Say to Their Kids.
We get it—attempting to gather the troops in the morning to catch the school bus is nearly always stressful, no matter how prepared you feel to face the day. There always seems to be that one thing that goes awry—like that one pair of shoes that they just have to wear, which, of course, is nowhere to be found.
From David Teo Strikingly