I’m a momma. Tried and true. My boys are absolutely a delight to me. I love them to pieces. I believe that it is not only my job to educate them in math and science and history, but to also help them become the kind of men who will honor others above themselves, lead their families to follow Christ, have astonishing work ethics, notice a need and attend to it before they are asked and portray actions that come from the overflow of their deep integrity. I’m preparing my sons to treat your daughters well. Moms, are you preparing your daughters to do the same for my sons when they get married? No manipulation, no games, just respect and love. No temper tantrums, no withholding sex until they get what they want, no dogging him behind his back? You see, I may not have daughters, but I am a daughter and a married woman. I know the kind of games we, I can play. I have 56,231 friends and have known many women in my life. Some of them are amazing wives who, of course, have flaws but definitely do their best to honor their God, their husband and their children. I’ve also seen other women who do the things listed above and it about breaks my ever-lovin’ heart. No marriage will be perfect. Marriage is comprised of fallen individuals who struggle with their flesh. But, having a great marriage full of mutual honor, respect, submission and integrity doesn’t just happen. It has to be taught. Let’s teach our children. Oh, and if your daughter marries my son and she doesn’t encourage him to come home and visit his momma every now and again, I will be forced to buy a lake house that has all sorts of fun water craft associated with it, take them on free trips to the mountains and the beach and provide a free babysitter when they want some alone time. (I am not ashamed to bribe my children and grandchildren to come visit me.) (Not ashamed at all.) I don’t really have 56,231 friends, you understand.