Too often, kids want to scramble for more. Whether it’s more ice cream, more toys, more activities, more video games, or more friends, we are young when we first develop this habit of wanting quantity instead of quality. This habit persists into our adult years, and we end up constantly scrambling for more, always wanting to move on to the next thing. We never develop the skill of appreciating what we have, because we are so busy wanting something else. If we learn to recognize this pattern and change it, we can raise our kids a little differently, giving them the tool of savoring their proverbial dessert, which could ultimately lead to a happier life for them.