Contemporary American families are too caught up in raising what they think to be the "perfect child." It is common for a parent to want his/her child to be the best at what ever they do, but parents sometimes take it too far. Parents of the 90's seem to put too much pressure on their kids, which does not allow them to enjoy their childhood the way they should. This kind of behavior forces
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to improve whichever skill they specialize in; whether it is sports, music or just about any other activity you can think of. Before kids become professional athletes or symphony players they should enjoy their child hood before it is gone. Life is to short to rush through; the same thing should go for childhood. Kids have plenty of time to grow up; parents should allow them to enjoy themselves while they are young and able.