Do you often have difficulty admitting when you've made a mistake?
Yes I hate to admit when I've made a mistake
No I can only learn from the experience
It depends on the type of mistake
Your child is refusing to sleep in his own bed. What do you do?
Talk with him and explain why he needs to try sleeping in his own bed
Yell out of frustration
Force him to sleep in his bed whether he likes it or not
Let him sleep in my bed just one more time
How do you decide what to make for dinner each night?
If there are any activities that night
What's in the fridge
Whatever food my kids like the most
The family decides together
I decide ahead of time
How difficult is it for you to get your children to do their chores?
Not difficult, they know they'll get in trouble if they don't
They do it because I've talked with them about how we all need to be helpers
They're rewarded for doing chores
It's a struggle
If your child asks for help with their homework, what do you do?
I help them for as long as they need me
I guide them but don't do anything for them
I make them do it and then check it afterwards
I tell them to figure it out on their own
Is it more important to be your child's friend or your child's parent?
A balance of both
Your teenage daughter was just stood up by her date. How do you handle the situation?
I console her and give her advice
I try to distract her by taking her out for ice cream or dinner
I give her advice and leave her to think about it
I tell her to toughen up
I let her cry it out and talk to her after
Are you the type of person who maps out every part of their day or do you do everything on the fly?
I'm a planner
I casually plan but leave room for the unexpected
I mostly do everything on the fly
It depends on the day
What do you consider to be your greatest strength?
My ability to roll with the punches
My time management skills
What do you believe is the best part of being a parent?
Guiding your child and helping them to be great adults
The unconditional love
The never ending adventure
The unique challenges
All of the fun and companionship
Your greatest strength as a mother is infinite patience. Motherhood can be trying and at times difficult, but with patience and a sense of calm, you can get through even the most adverse of situations with grace. Your ability to remain patient, understand your child's needs or issues, and love unconditionally, make you a truly amazing mother.
Your greatest strength as a mother is your sense of unconditional love. Your children never feel as if they need to earn or keep your love, it is given freely and moves fluidly in both directions between you and your children. You know that when it come's to kids, love isn't earned, it is something to be expressed always.
Your greatest strength as a mother is your ability to set and maintain boundaries. When it comes to motherhood, it isn't always simply to set boundaries, especially if they make your children feel negatively. However, you know exactly what your children need in order to thrive. Which means you make difficult decisions with ease and grace. We truly commend you for your ability to know what's necessary for your children.
Your greatest strength as a mother is your amazing sense of humor! Motherhood demands a great sense of humor. If you can't laugh at life's little mishaps and your children's off moments, you're truly missing out. Luckily, you have a stellar sense of humor. Not only do you always have fun with your children, express joy, and laugh; but you never let the little things get under your skin.
Sense of Humor
Your greatest strength as a mother is your ability to create balance! Children crave balance and a sense of calm. You know how to create both without your children even knowing it. You know how to straddle the line between friend and parent, love unconditionally without being a pushover, and discipline without being cruel or unkind. You've mastered motherhood!