all your concerns about us failing to thin the gene pool early may be true...
Sean Bonner originally shared:
Another surprise for you, building super safe injury proof playgrounds is bad for childhood development. Turns out learning about risk is kind of important.
We let our kids climb on things and fall, thinking they will learn their lesson. Instead they climb higher and climb onto more dangerous things. On the flip side, when noah burned his hand touching the stove once, he never did it again. I don't think he has a phobia of fire, he just knows it hurts alot to touch it :)
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