Recently in one of our readings an explanation was given of the stages toward Knighthood. First is the "page", a young man from 7-14 who serves the ladies in the castle. Second is "squire", a young man from 14-21 who serves the men and learns to yield weapons. Third, and finally (so far as we know), is the Knight. A squire who has faithfully fulfilled his duties and proven himself qualified is dubbed a knight.
OK, I realize you aren't here for a history lesson so I'll proceed with the point. As you know we have three boys in the 7-14 age range. God has given us multiple opportunities to put our history learning into practice. My boys all find it quite the challenge to submit to the females in this house. They would much rather be in charge all the time. As you can imagine that doesn't work very well. It has really helped them to see progression in the stages to knighthood. They can "see" that they need to be like pages and faithfully say "yes, ma'am" to all the instruction given them by the ladies of the "castle" so that they can eventually be prepared to take their post serving the men as "squire".
We've talked about it extensively. I'm hoping I'll have some little pages running (I mean walking) around here soon.