Based on studies regarding a child's exposure to sounds in the womb, I will start putting headphones on my wife's stomach during the second trimester and playing the fetus a combination of Formula 1 engine sounds and jazz bass solos (probably Jaco Pastorious). For the first 6 months adter they're born (when babies experience the highest rate of neurogenesis and imprinting), small speakers will be placed in their crib in order to play jazz albums at a low volume while they sleep, along with foreign language tapes. I'll speak to the baby in a variety of languages and make sure that motorsport is a key element of our bonding time during the first year of their life, as well as playing instruments around them to encourage an early understanding of music theory.
It has been found that a strong sense of balance is beneficial to driving skills, thus I will work woth my child to foster a strong sense of balance, with a goal that they can walk independantly around the 8 month mark. As the child ages, I will teach them basic logical concepts with games (they will learn to play Go rather than chess) and encourage them to explore and participate in all types of art, academia, and athleticism, primarily by integrating nonfiction books into bedtime story readings. As a trend though, I will become less directional in what I expose them to, and try my best to help them satisfy their curiosity.
Of course, moral concepts are important to instill in a child. Around the age of 3, I will begin raising them as a Buddhist (the knowledge of Buddha having been implanted during bedtime stories) with an emphasis upon the philosophical aspects rather than the theological. It is important to not only answer your child's questions, but to ask questions of them in order to study their understanding of the world and teach them to engage in meaningful dialogue.
By the time the child starts preschool, the majority of my work is done. I am simply there to guarantee their security, answer their questions, and assist them in their schoolwork/hobbies, but none of that matters: They will subconsciously feel drawn to become a virtuoso bass player or Formula 1 driver, which of course I will support, but my similar support of their other endeavors will give them the illusion of free will despite their future having been decided before they were even born. Like most Asian children, they will achieve greatness, but will not resent me for it as I am a constant source of positive reinforcement in their lives, not (to their knowledge) forcing them to pick any one path. I will die with the satisfaction of having a successful child that loves me, but is none the wiser to my master plan, provided that they never discover this post.
Regardless of gender, they will not be circumcised.