I want her to be willing to make money. I want her to believe that every job has dignity and that no job is beneath her. I want her to aspire to support herself, and eventually a family.
I want her to be able to make money. I want her to be educated and have every advantage to find a career that she enjoys and ca make a living at.
I want her to be interested in making money. I want her to care about her financial situation. I want her to be curious about investment options and economic theory. I want her to understand that money represents more than paper and coin, but is all about values.
I want these things for my son, too. But I suspect that they will come easier for my son than for my daughter. I don't think my son will feel twinges of weirdness if he out-earns his wife, the way I do sometimes for out-earning Peanut right now. I suspect Baby Bear will have an easier time negotiating salary or asking for a raise - there is no proven bias against men for doing those things, the way there is for women.
Part of my reason for going back to work when my children are small is that I want them to see a woman earning money, and not feeling bad about it. I want them to see someone who is able to provide not only for herself but for a family and who is informed about the state of our family's finances. It's weird - and ridiculous - that this is even a thing I have to think about. Does Peanut think that he needs to work in order to set a good example of a man for our kids? No. He works because that's what you do as an adult - people need money for necessities and luxuries and you get money by working for it.
So I guess that's what it really boils down to: I'd like for my daughter to make money the way her dad does - because it's a thing that adult people do, and not a man/woman thing at all.