If you want to do something nice for me, you do it for my children.
This is nuts because I was literally talking about this yesterday.
See, it’s like some small part of your self-centered ego dies when you become a parent – or at least it should.
For what kind of person regularly puts their interest above their kids?
And don’t even get me started about the kind of person who can frown at a smiling and waving two-year-old.
As a father, I know if someone wants to do something nice for me, they do it for my kids. Good fathers are like that. When someone does something terrific for my kids, they don’t even need to tell me. Fathers always seem to find out.
-Bob Goff, Everybody Always