This is a bit of a side note, but I've always had judgment on the idea of the "perfect childhood."
Most modern parents seem to think that if they keep their children away from "the horrors of the world" and never allow them around, or to be educated about, "bad things" then their child will never turn away from the good upbringing they had even when presented with "bad" stuff (drugs, sex, and rock and roll, right).
But, as I've just passed that stage in life where kids grow up and leave the house, I've noticed many of the people that lived these sheltered childhoods have done the exact opposite, and rebelled. Most the kids from my upper-class high school that were handed what they want on a silver platter, as long as they made their beds in the morning, didn't go on to college, party all of the time, and many are developing drug problems (pills being the particular drug of choice in my town).
It isn't that I advocate shitty childhoods, but I've come to conclude that children need not be blinded by luxuries and "don't look at that homeless man sweetie, he's not good" ignorance of the world.
The parents that kept their children so sheltered are now saying, "I don't know what happened, we never allowed her to act like that at home. We always gave her what she needed. Why is she prostituting herself now? She could just come to us."