Column: The art of the teenage con
Children grow up. We spend the first several years of their lives in a hurry for them to act their age, and the next several years regretting it. As they grow up, one of the problems of parenting is putting enough tension on the rope to hold them in the nest and out of harm's way, yet giving enough slack in the rope to let them find their wings with a minimum of danger.
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