Zac Brown Doesn’t Want His Daughters To Be Spoiled Kids
Every parent wants to do the best job they can when it comes to raising their children. That is true for Zac Brown as well. In a recent interview, he said he didn’t want his daughters to grow up as spoiled kids.
When you think of celebrities and their children, you often think of spoiled kids. That is not the case when it comes to Zac Brown. He recently sat down with Southern Living Magazine and answered some tough questions about raising his daughters.
Surprisingly, Brown is just like any other dad out there. He wants the best for his children and wants them to earn their keep.
When asked what he’d like to teach his daughters, this is what he said:
“I want them to grow up canning in the kitchen with us and making preserves. To learn what it means to really fish. What it means to have a job. I want to make sure they know that there’s no free ride. You don’t want spoiled kids in high school that end up being worthless later on. I want to teach them perspective. That’s important.”
Sounds like a good dad to me. If more parents took time to teach their kids how to work for what they want, I believe there would be less crime and more amazing people.