What could your children do to make you proud?

United States
February 28, 2009 11:30pm CST
What can your children do to make you proud? I want my kids to be kind, generous, just and strong and stand for what is right. That would be success to me.
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@Samanthavv (1390)
• United States
9 Apr 09
Well, my little girl is only 18 months, but a great start to making me proud would be to stop throwing all of her food on the floor constantly! I'm tired of picking it up and anytime I give her anything new, she throws it! Even if it's food she likes!
@mrdos910 (455)
• United States
2 Mar 09
I am proud of my kids regardless, but I would like them to show respect to others, not only their friends, but elders they do not know, by helping others in whatever way they can, even by opening a door for someone, help to carry groceries for someone who may be handicapped, etc. For the kids to live for Jesus, and that would be an example for me to seek that even more.
@Chevee (5915)
• United States
1 Mar 09
I am already proud of my children, I am a single mom and I raised them to be very independent, and they are. Thank goodness for that. I am jobless and there is nothing I can do to help them I am thankful that they don't need my help. I feel bad most of the time because most grand parents are able to help out financially with the grand children I am not in any shape, form or fashion to do anything for anybody and it hurts. My grand children will ask me for things and I can't afford to give it to them. But they get it and their parents are the ones that get it for them. The don't understand why granny isn't working, I try to explain this to them.
@lynnemg (4539)
• United States
1 Mar 09
I am proud of my kids no matter what as long as they do their best. I don't expect them to be perfectat all, just ot try their best.