I do ... but I don't know why.
My son was recently the student of the week where you bring a poster about yourself with pictures, etc. He also shared about his favorite things and what he wanted to be when he grows up.
I noticed it said he wanted to be a pastor when he grows up. We then had the following conversation:
Gunny: "Do you want to be a pastor when you grow up?"
Jet: "Yes, sir."
Gunny: "Do you think it would be fun to stand up and tell people about Jesus and about the Bible?"
Jet: "No sir, I don't think that would be fun."
Gunny: [now puzzled] "Well, what is it about being a pastor that you think you would like?"
Jet: "Hmm. I don't know."
I'm gonna go out on a limb here and guess he wants to be a pastor merely because his dad is one. I thought to myself, "It's a good thing I'm not a hatchet murderer."
Well, it was just another reminder of how important our example can be to our children, good or bad.