What morals will you instill in your children (if you intend on having them)? Its an opinion thing so I won't, nay can't, disagree with you so feel free to post the truth. I intend to teach my children two things understanding and freedom. The ability to see someone else as wrong but accept their opinion as their belief and consciously make an effort to view the idea through their shoes is something I pride myself on. I will however teach my kids that if anyone tries to force any opinion on them, ... to kick them in the crotch. I'll teach them freedom in the sense that they are free to do whatever they want as long as they do not hurt themselves or anyone else physically or emotionally. That if something feels right and it isn't harming anyone in any way theres no possible way it could be wrong (except for a very few select special cases).
There are far to many morals to list, some depend on the situation, so the basic answer is you would try to instil into them the same morals that you hold.
The best thing I learn was I was sent to live in the south. "Please" and "thank you". It grows from there.
That discipline and some controlled smacks aren't all 'child abuse'.
It's only when parents go crazy over the stupid things that it becomes that.
(Like forgetting to get free newspaper WHEN THEY DIDNT EVEN MENTION IT)
And also manners.
It's hard building the habit in yourself when all parents do is teach you that you /must not spend money- it's not healthy/.
I will teach them about the ways of cookies and pie.
That they are superior to every other child their age.
And that they should grow up to be the ruling iron fists of the future world.
I want them to be just like me: incredibly good-looking.
1.that diversity is beautiful .
2.that racism is ugly.
4.doing things that makes them happy
5.sex is good to my boys
5b.sex is bad to my girls
p.s : iknow some of them are not morals.