What's the best lifetime gift for mothers/fathers and why give it ? What would parents really want?
Most parents want the best for their children. They like to see them do well in the activities that they are involved in. It is natural for parents to take pride in their children's achievements and success. So, the best lifetime gift would be your highest achievement e.g. university degree
Parents want to see their children grow up into responsible, good and considerate individuals, to put in in a single phrase good human beings. They also want their children to respect and take care of them in the difficult years.
I believe parents are the happiest seeing their children do well in life.
I wonder if their care so much about material gifts more than these mentioned ... at least most!!
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