Parents and teachers cannot possibly teach children everything they need to know to become reasonably successful adults. Children observe all the influences around them, good and bad, and then decide what to pull out of them.This is how the village raises a child. This is how my village raised me.
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About the Author
Cate Bailey is now happily in her third marriage, and her family includes four children with her first husband, who died in an auto accident after a terrible mental illness; the child and grandchildren of her second husband, who died of cancer after twenty-six wonderful years; and the children, grandchildren, and stepchildren of her third husband, who has taken everyone in as his own. Their family includes nine children, twenty-six grandchildren, and soon to be eleven great-grandchildren. Cate’s roots grow in Tennessee, Pennsylvania, California, Florida, Iowa, and Kentucky, but she lives in the same Mississippi county in which her husband Danny has always lived.