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Part of raising my children to become the best version of themselves is what I call superhero training. Some of my kids love this idea and some of them roll their eyes when I say that some activity is part of their superhero training. Love it or dislike it, we do activities on purpose to help the kids be SUPER. Its true that they will never be able to fly without a jetpack or antigravity boots. And, with the DNA they have now, they cannot change colors or be bullet proof. There are, however, skills and sensibilities that they can acquire that will help them be SUPER. We remind them that they may be able to use the skills they develop now in their youth to help others, including their own families. Even the ability to easily change a tire can save someone’s day, or even someone’s job someday.
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- Playing the Piano
- Mowing a lawn, including blowing and edging
- Removing a splinter with tweezer
- Speaking a second language
- Perfecting a swimming stroke
- Starting a fire with two sticks rubbed together
- Threading a needle.
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