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What Decade Does Your Parenting Style Match?

You might think you're parenting in the modern age, but odds are your parenting style matches a decade long passed! Do you know which decade your parenting style matches? Take these 10 questions and find out!
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Question 1/10

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Your hosting a party, where are your kids?
Fed beforehand and put to bed
Being checked on every half hour
Sitting at the kids table
Choosing the menu
Entertaining themselves with movies

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How do you save money for the family?
I make my children's clothes
I buy all of my food in bulk
I cook every night of the week
I coupon
I cut my children's hair

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What dish do you make most often?
Meatloaf and veggies
Steak and potatoes
Homemade pizza
Spaghetti and meatballs
Tacos and rice

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What do you take the most pictures of?
My kids of course
My food
Myself
My surroundings
My friends

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Your child is throwing a temper tantrum in the store. What do you do?
Threaten to leave them if they don't stop
Pick them up and leave the store
Scold them openly
Hug them and console them
Threaten to put them in time out at home

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What profession would you most want your child to have one day?
CEO
Doctor
Lawyer
Wall street trader
Artist/musician

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What do you spend the most time doing?
Cooking and cleaning
Running errands
Catching up on work
Running my kids to activities
Answering emails

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Would you let your child go to sleep-away camp?
Of course
No way
Maybe

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How would you describe yourself as a parent?
Overprotective
Lenient
Structured
Free spirited
Nurturing

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How do you get your kids to eat their vegetables?
I lie to them
I sneak it into other foods
I promise to reward them
I simply force them

The 1940s

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Your parenting style matches the 1940s! You believe that if you're working hard to run your home that your kids should pitch in and do their fair share. You're all about teaching them a sense of purpose and responsibility. You use play as a reward rather than something that just happens naturally. While some might see you as overly committed to routine, one would be hard pressed to find a Mom that does more for her children than you.

The 1950s

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Your parenting style best matches the 1950s! You believe that kids should learn that they're capable of doing things on their own from an early age. You don't coddle or let them run the show. Instead, you stay firm in your beliefs and in your values. You're the perfect amount of strong and nurturing without bending to your child's every whim.

The 1960s

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Your parenting style best matches the 1960s! Though you may be a free spirit personally, when it comes to parenting, you're pretty set on making sure that your children can do things for themselves. You don't entertain them every minute of the day or spoil them rotten. You make sure that they are loved and cared for, without leaving them helpless when they reach their teen years. You try to teach gratitude, hard work, and self reliance. Go you!

The 1970s

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Your parenting style best matches the 1970s! You're a free range parent through and through! You don't understand why other parents are so on top of their children, always checking in, hovering, and dictating every little thing they do. You let your kids simply be kids without being too overprotective or too lax.

The 1980s

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Your parenting style best matches the 1980s! Your children are 100% your world. Your kids don't orbit around you, rather they are the center of your universe. You love to give your children all of the opportunities and things that you may not have had as a child. In other words, you're aiming to give your kiddos a magical childhood experience!
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