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The four part apology

So no we didn't write our 4 part apology on the best piece of paper but the meaning behind it goes way deeper then what paper it's written on. 
Some times the sorry that we hear may sound a lot like a TV script..on repeat. They become less and less form the heart and more just to say it and get it over with. In a effect for my own kids to start taking accountability for what they do we start our own 4 part apology. 
We wrote it down and hung it up. The four parts are~
I'm sorry for....
This is wrong because...
In the future, I will....
Will you forgive me?

note~ This is something we went over before anything ever happened so when something did they all ready knew what we would be doing.

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