That is cool. You put the family in family woodworking....
Its almost a shame these days we have lost out on the dad-showing-son jobs. Years ago it was how you learned a trade. I am fortunate in that is the way I grew up; being farmers/loggers that is, I grew up with my Grandfather, Father and Uncle all showing me how to cut wood, how to drive a tractor, how to take care of cows and grow crops.
Recently I became aware of how much I learned from them. A a guy at work bought a few acres and is doing the homestead thing. The problem is he has no idea what he is doing. So he buys books and reads magazines. One magazine, Country Life, explains the most obvious stuff that it was almost irritating. A woman at work was laughing too, but she explained it pretty simply. "Travis, this is how we grew up. We know this stuff."
In this world of day care centers, nannies, maids and cell phones and GPS's, its nice to see people spend more time with their kids. Not just watching them play sports from the sidelines as their children bond with the coaches, but spend time with their parents. Despite being thumped on pretty hard growing up, my family's influence did a lot of good for me. I'm sure it will for you and your son. Good for you my friend, good for you.
I have no intention of traveling from birth to the grave in a manicured and well preserved body; but rather I will skid in sideways, totally beat up, completely worn out, utterly exhausted and jump off my tractor and loudly yell, "Wow, this is what it took to feed a nation!"