Your child just came home with a bad report card. How do you handle the situation?
Ground them until they bring their grades up
Take away all of their favorite toys/tech items
Hire a tutor to help them improve
Engage in a yelling match
What was your favorite subject in school?
What would you most want to receive as a gift on mothers day?
Something handmade and thoughtful
A day with the kids out of the house
A day of pampering
A day spent with family
That handbag I've been eyeing up
Your child's school is having a bake sale, what are you making?
Two different types of cookies
Box mix brownies
I'm buying some Oreos on the way
It's cute that you'd think I would participate in something like that
Which 90s song gets you all nostalgic?
"My Heart Will Go On" by Celine Dion
"All Star" by Smashmouth
"I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston
"Run Around" by Blues Traveler
"Cherry Pie" by Warrant
Which magazine are you perusing on your down time?
What do you wish you had more of in life?
Which print do you most like to rock?
Your 90s mom Jill Taylor of the hit sitcom "Home Improvement!" Jill was a loving, caring, and no nonsense mom that truly defined the idea of what a 90s mom is. She typically wore "mom jeans" and an oversized sweater. Her family was her life and although she could often be found rolling eyes at her husband's many mishaps, she always put her brood of boys above all else.
Your 90s mom Peg Bundy of "Married With Children!" Okay so Peg wasn't always a banner mom. Her way of dress made her a target at PTA functions and well the amount of hairspray in the house was likely a health hazard. Despite this, Peg always put her family above all else. Her children and often grouchy husband were the light of her life.
Your 90s mom Carol Foster-Lambert of "Step by Step!" Carol is the ultimate 90s multi-tasker. Not only was Carol tasked with blending two large families while running a business, but she always somehow managed to make time for romance with her new husband Frank. Carol always found the time to talk with her kids, guide them, and help them when things went awry.
You are 90s mom Marie Barone of "Everybody Loves Raymond!" Some might call you overbearing or overprotective, but much like Marie you just always want what's best for your family. Sure, no one is ever going to say that Marie isn't over involved and a bit judgmental, but at the end of the day she loves her family more than anything. Her heart is as big as her curiosity.
The 90s mom you are is Roseanne of "Roseanne!" Roseanne didn't always do everything right, but she worked hard to provide all that she could for her family. Despite her biting humor and quick wit, Roseanne would do anything for her husband and kids. She often worked long hours, several jobs, and still managed to put dinner on the table and handle her kids. We think Roseanne was a super mom!