A recent conversation with a friend of mine has gotten me thinking:
To what extent do parents have to ensure that they treat all of their children equally? If child #1 received a car when he turned 18, does that mean that all of his siblings should also receive a car upon turning 18? If my friend buys her older daughter a fancy present for her birthday, is she necessarily obligated to do the same for her younger sister? How important is this to our children? And does "unequal" always mean "unfair"?
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