Do you make an effort to expose your kids to a more well-rounded set of experiences and interests than they would get naturally? If so, how, and to what extent?
My kids are little (4.5 and 2.5), but I'm leaning in an unschooling-ish direction, and what little structure we have (PBH) is child-chosen topics. And as we go, I see that their areas of learning and knowledge are highly biased by the interests and activities of my particular family. For instance, they have a huge exposure to science, nature, and the outdoors, but a rather paltry or lacking exposure to music, history, and foreign language. Is this a problem? Clearly, I'd support a kid who independently developed an interest in one of those things, but am I failing them by not living a well-rounded enough life myself? Will this work itself out as they get older, or do I need to make a conscious effort to add those weak points to our life?