I could be wrong, but adults, particularly primary care givers, shape a child’s attitude more than anyone else. And along the way, while we are showing and involving them in life, we might miss the opportunity to explain “why” certain things are important, taking the “why” for granted.
I did not do that Saturday. While we didn’t get to speak directly with Teresa, we did get to speak with her husband and her college freshman son. I told our son (10), “We’ll learn about politics together”.