Questions you might want to answer include:
What are those things that you have done or said as a parent of which you are particularly proud? What are the biggest mistakes you feel you have made?
What are some techniques you tried as a parent that elicited an overwhelmingly positive response in your child? What have you tried that failed miserably? What are your favorite parenting books and why?
The details of a difficult parenting situation that you have handled that could be the framework for handling similar circumstances. How you plan to handle expected parenting issues like dating, allowance, drugs use, fights, etc.
What aspects of your guardian’s parenting you admire that led you to select them? What aspects of your property manager’s judgment you admire that led you to select them?
The plan might also include a statement of what you consider your deepest values and most important lifestyle choices and the steps you have taken to help cultivate these qualities in your child. You might also want to include any family rituals and traditions that you would want carried on.
You may also want to take some time to describe you children as individuals. What makes them unique? What are their strengths? What are their interests?
What do they have a flair for and what talents have you tried to nurture?
A few additional areas to write about could include: food restrictions and/or special needs; educational philosophy (i.e. describe your ideal school); and religious or spiritual upbringing.