Which flower would we find in your perfect bouquet?
What would someone find a bevy of in your closet?
Which of these is most important to you?
What kind of snacks do you serve after school?
Cookies and milk
Carrots and celery sticks
What's your go to punishment for your kids?
Bed without dinner
What is your alcoholic beverage of choice?
Do you tell your kids what they can and cannot wear?
If you don't like one of your kid's friends, what do you do?
Forbade them for seeing them
Gently nudget them in a different direction
Deal with it as best I can
Which celebrity father do you admire most?
Would you let your child get a tattoo prior to turning 18?
I'd consider it
The 60's TV mom that you're most like is Carol Brady of "The Brady Bunch!" Was there any TV mother in history that was as skilled a multi-tasking the diverse needs of her rowdy brood. Not only did Carol rarely break a sweat when things got tough, but she knew how to treat her children with dignity and kindness. You're a lot like this 60's mom!
The 60's mom you're most like is Laura Petrie of "The Dick Van Dyke Show!" Laura was humorous, witty, and full of charm. She disciplined her kids with spunk, happiness, and just a hint of irony. You do the same with your brood of kids!
The 60's mom you are most like is June Cleaver of "Leave it to Beaver!" When one thinks of the classic all0 American mom, you can't help but think of June Cleaver. Not only was June bright and loving, but she always went above and beyond to make sure her kids felt special.
The 60's mom you are most like is Morticia Addams! Morticia was a loving mom, but arguably a bit strange. She wasn't a fan of the status quo. Much like Morticia, you'd never let anyone tell you how to raise your children or how to live your life. You know that at the end of the day, a happy family is one that lives authentically.
The 60's mom you are most like is Samantha Stephens of "Bewitched!" Sure, Samantha could get a bit frazzled from time to time, but which mother doesn't! Samantha knew that being a good mother didn't always mean doing everything perfect. Family love is messy, clinging, and absolutely worth every struggle.