Much of the time our focus as parents is on the now; helping our kids and ourselves navigate daily life. But we’re also playing the long game, attempting to raise what we hope will become well-adjusted, self-sufficient human beings.

Who are our kids going to be when they grow up? How much of their identity is set and how much is being shaped?

John and Patrick think back to their (sometimes awkward) searching for themselves as they grew up, and talk about how they might help their kids form identities of their own.

29 // Forming Identity

by John Abdulla & Patrick Greene | Just Winging It

Much of the time our focus as parents is on the now; helping our kids and ourselves navigate daily life. But we’re also playing the long game, attempting to raise what we hope will become well-adjusted, self-sufficient human beings.

Who are our kids going to be when they grow up? How much of their identity is set and how much is being shaped?

John and Patrick think back to their (sometimes awkward) searching for themselves as they grew up, and talk about how they might help their kids form identities of their own.

29 // Forming Identity

by John Abdulla & Patrick Greene | Just Winging It

Two thirty-something dads explore poopy diapers and the meaning of life.