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The person educates his or her children. They are extraordinarily docile, meek, and well-behaved and good-natured. The children very much so listen to their parents.
Tian Tong in Si or Wu indicates that even though the children are obedient and do what they are told, they also lack the power to take to action and activities. They agree to do something, but they don't do it.
Tian Tong # Lu: The native easily has healthy children.
Tian Tong # Quan: The children are fond of living a life of pleasure; to indulge in a life of pleasure and comforts.
Tian Tong # Ji: The individual or his or her children appreciate toil and hard work.
Tian Tong and Tai Yin: The person has many daughters but few sons. Because the children are sweet and charming there are frequently problems.
Tian Tong and Ju Men: There is a lack of harmony and union. The native and his or her children are estranged from each other.
Tian Tong and Tian Liang: ... [?]. Often a daughter is born first. Should the person get a son first, there will be difficulties with rearing.