As we've covered many times, the TiBers and TiBettes come from all walks of life. Many are just exiting college while others are far more established. For this thread, the great divide comes in the form of children. I have no idea what it takes to raise a child, but I certainly hear the horror stories and revisionist histories about having kids. Bed time stories are supposed to be one of the last bastions of sanity for the parents as they read bedtime stories and let their children drift off into dream land. Samuel L. Jackson has a different take, which can be heard here. Focus: What kind of advice did people give you as a parent that just never seemed to work? Alt-Focus: What was your favorite bedtime story as a kid?