I've long thought that the expression "Parent to" is being used in an inverse manner.
If I "Parent A to B" I make A the parent to B and B the child of A, but I often hear the expression being used to describe the opposite relationship.
Am I the only one being confused about this?
Here's an example @ 3:30 in an otherwise excellent video: https://youtu.be/xdPMziIHFlU?t=209
Can we agree that he's really making the foot the parent and the head the child?