These days information is pretty much everywhere. There are more parenting books and websites (and blogs) than a person can reasonably read in a lifetime (let alone in between feeds and nappies and school runs).
I still have questions though...
When is a good age to start teaching kids about what to do in an emergency? How to get out of the house in case of a fire (without scaring them?).
When do you teach them to recite Mummy's mobile phone number in case they get lost (without them spouting it to every stranger they meet?).
When do you start giving them pocket money and expecting them to do jobs around the house?
When do you tell them where babies comes from?
Where meat comes from?
When do you start explaining that life isn't like a Disney fairytale and that violence in the real world has real consequences. That the 'baddies' in the real world don't always learn their lesson/fall off a tall building/apologise sincerely.
How do you balance their innocence as children with their safety in the real world?