These 1950s mothers taught were the best of the best. Do you know which 1950s mother you are most like? It's time to find out! Take these 10 questions and discover which 1950s mom shares your parenting style and personality.
You're at the grocery store shopping for dinner, what do you buy?
Whatever I'm in the mood for
All the fixings for a roast beef dinner
The finest salmon and veggies
Something quick and uncomplicated
It depends on the day
Your mother in law is coming over, how do you prepare?
I deep clean the entire house, bake a cake, and prepare dinner
I clean up and tidy the living room
I straighten up and throw a box mix of brownies together
I close the curtains and pretend I'm not home
Do you prefer hosting parties or attending them?
I prefer to host parties
I prefer to attend them
It depends on the day
What do you wear to lounge around the house?
A pretty day dress
Jeans and a t-shirt
How would you describe your sense of humor?
How would you describe yourself in one word?
Which season were you born in?
What is your favorite way to relax?
A nice warm bubble bath
A good book
A glass of wine and a gossip magazine
Anything that gets me out of the house
Time with my significant other
What's your signature lipstick shade?
The 1950s mom that you're most like is June Cleaver! Much like June, you're literally a supermom in every single way. Not only are you CEO of your household by cooking, cleaning, scheduling, and taking care of everything, but you do so in pearls! You make motherhood look good.
The 1950s mom that you're most like is Lily Munster! Much like this 50's mom, you're pretty unconventional in every way. Some might label you as eccentric, but we'd say that you're just marching to the beat of your own drummer. Like any good mom, you'd do anything for you kids if it meant making them happy.
The 1950s mom that you're most like is Donna Stone! Much like this TV mom, you're sensitive, passionate, and always willing to help your children when they're in a bind. You run your household like a well oiled machine, keeping all of the parts working no matter how hectic thing might get.
The 1950s mom you're most like is Margaret Anderson! Much like Margaret, your kids and your family are your whole world. You'd do anything to keep your household running smoothly and without a hitch, even if it means sacrificing a bit of alone time.
The 1950s mom that you're most like is Lucy Ricardo! Much like Lucy, domestic bliss would be better off without the word domestic. You're not much of a cook and scheduling isn't really your thing. Instead, you like to spend your time scheming, laughing, and doing whatever it takes to put a smile on the face of others.