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Because of Mickey Mantle's inspiration, I took up baseball myself and even learned to switch-hit as he did. Because of the Beatles, I taught myself guitar and piano, and I have since written about 25 original melodies myself. My mother also deserves credit. A musician and hard worker herself, she encouraged me to be active and entrepreneurial at the things I enjoyed. As a youngster I had a paper route and also mowed my neighbors' lawns to earn money, while playing throughout my younger years in Little League and Babe Ruth League, and also playing cello in the orchestra.
In the role of parenthood it is easy to get caught up in all of life's day-to-day responsibilities and demands time and stresses of work, mortgage repayments, demands of looking after a household, and so on. While a child is quietly sitting watching TV or playing a computer game, it is easy to take the opportunity to get on with the chores that have to be done, like washing the dishes, sweeping the floor, mowing the lawn, or finishing off a brought-home work project on the laptop . . . and thus miss having quality time with your child.
When they crawl and play on floors and lawns, they can come into contact with any pesticides used there. Young children put their hands, toys, and other things in their mouths. They may have touched pesticides on the floor or grass. Children may take in more of the small amount of pesticides on foods than adults because they eat more of some foods, like apples or carrots.
Birthday memories each family member chooses his or her favorite birthday dinner menu, cake, outing, and song to be piped through the household as a birthday wake-up call. Some families even hang the family member's shirt on a flagpole or broomstick stuck in the front lawn to let the world (or at least the neighborhood) know it's that person's special day.
Socialization of boys into the fathering rote. It is not only the specific nature of the relationship a child develops with his parents but the ways in which girls and boys are differentially prepared for parenthood during childhood that determines the ways in which girls and boys enact their parenting roles in adulthood (Parke and Brott, 1999). It is well known that girls and boys are treated differently by parents during socialization (Bem, 1993 Maccoby, 1998), but most of this work focuses on occupational aspirations, activity and object preferences, and modes of relating to others. However, the differential treatment of girls and boys may help shape a boy's expectation about his future fathering role. A variety of strands of evidence supports this view. First, children's household chores are based on gender, with girls engaging in more household duties such as cleaning, ironing, cooking, and childcare, whereas boys take out the garbage and mow the lawn (Goodnow, 1988,1999). Of...
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