We have a 13-year-old boy, 11-year-old boy, and then a two-year-old. So there's quite a big gap between our last two. And you can see that the 13-year-old was probably exposed to our old patterns, you know, let's call it pre-change or pre us working on ourselves.
And so it, it's really interesting because he's really modeling. It's interesting the more that we change, we can see that he's realizing that maybe what he's carrying hasn't, you know, been resourceful and he can see where we are really trying to change. And then our two-year-old doesn't have all of that stuff, that conditioning and everything wrapped around him, it, he's grown up in a completely different environment and so his boundaries are really strong.
And we are very mindful of, you know, helping him create boundaries, his confidence, and everything. It's a completely different spectrum because, and I can see it every single day, the power of conditioning and the power of what we do as parents and the ripple effect that we have beyond us. And I think it's just, you know, the earlier we can do this work, the.
And it's really, we are coming in for this, really for professional development and working on us first. I love that you said that because my worst-case scenario coming into the International Coaching Institute if I didn't happen to love coaching, which I do, is the fact that I was going to get a lot of benefits for myself first. You know, if that was the worst case I was still winning.