From the time he was a toddler, we let Trevor do as much as possible for himself, such as dressing and making breakfast, just as we did with Briana. He was probably ahead of the average child in many areas, and always loved being independent. We gave him instruction where needed, but always expected him to do things for himself. This served him well as he grew up and he is now living on his own in a college residence hall.
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