But to be as specific as you would want me to be... Here's what I would want for my kid, if I had a kid:
- All the basics: Safety, enough food/water, a roof over their head
- Financial security (they don't have to be rich, or even middle class, as long as they don't have to struggle to have enough for themselves and their own)
- A job they love, where they can use their strengths and be admired for what they do best -- but if they end up a stay-at-home parent, I'd settle for them having a hobby or volunteer position that they love, because I see hobbies and work as self-expression and I would hate for my child to be denied that
- A romantic partner who is worthy of them (I don't care where my child is on the Kinsey spectrum as long as they have that)
- A good relationship with me and my spouse (I grew up being friends with my parents and I want the same for my kid)
- No mental or physical health problems
I could go on a while, but I'd get into things specific to me, so I won't bother. I will say, though, that ESTJs generally want their kids to grow up with the same values that they have, frequenting the same institutions that they do, and generally seeming like a chip off the old block. For example, I'd be kind of sad if my kid grew up and decided not to be an Episcopalian, or decided that gay people were sinners, or became too selfish to want to participate in community service. But that all depends on the ESTJ you're talking about.