December 28, 2012

For Mormons, It's All in the Family

Linda & Richard Eyre, Deseret News

How do children become who they are? Is it environment or heredity? Nature or nurture? And if it’s only a combination of those two, how are siblings so very different from each other? Just when we think we have become “experienced parents” with one child, the next one comes along and everything is different!

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