Can you stop all your business at any moment and deal with your child?
Of course, I always do it
Usually I do, but some business is more important
Do you take the child's advice despite his/her age?
Yes, children feel everything better
Only if a question is about him/her
Why? In any case it's up to me to decide
I always get on well with children.
Yes, we speak with them the same language
I try to pick up words to make children understand me
I'm not good at it
Do you prohibit your child many things?
My child has no prohibitions
I prohibit and explain why he/her shouldn't do it
I prohibit things that do him/her no good, I don’t try to explain why – a child cannot understand all the same
Do you always fulfil promises made to your child?
Yes, even at my expense
I try, but not humor his/her fancy
No, but I hope the child has already forgotten what I promised
I always keep from swear words in the presence of the child
Your child punched, pushed or offended other person. What will you do?
He/she’s little, it’s not a big deal
I'll explain why he's wrong
I'll scold him/her
Do you think whether the child's room is equipped in a right way, wether the child is comfortable there?
Yes, we equipped the child’s room with the help of specialists
There are all the things needed in the child’s room, of course, the child is comfortable there
The chid hasn't his/her room
Most often when you talk to the child you use this phrase :
I don’t know what I’d do without you
That's my girl/boy!
I don't know where you get that from.
Do you often do something for your child?
If he/she doesn’t want to do something, I have to
From an early age, I teach the child to be independent
I make the child to do everything on his/her own
You’re observing the next picture at the supermarket: a child is lying on the floor and crying and his mother pays no attention to it. What do you think about it?
Why did she give birth to him?
This is her child and her business
That's right, he'll calm down soon
In a letter to Santa Claus your child asked for a $150 toy.
I’ll buy it for sure – this is X-mas after all
I’ll find something similar, but cheaper
I’d buy him/her new shoes for this money
Your child has a sugar allergy. What will you do?
I'll cook healthy sweets
All the family won't eat sweets
I’ll hide candies and eat them when the child doesn’t see me
You run the risk to bring up a spoiled child
It seems you run the risk to spoil your child with excessive care. Keep in mind that when you were little, children played outside all days, ate porridge and left to camp for the whole summer. Give your children a little bit more independence, otherwise, they'll call the shots soon. Share this quiz on social media - let's see how your friends will pull it off.
You're a great parent
The child is the greatest value in your life. You're trying not only to understand but also get to know him, you treat him with respect and follow most progressive principles of upbringing and constant line of behavior. In other words, you do it right and can hope for good results. Share this quiz on social media - let's see how your friends will pull it off.
There's room for improvement
Probably, you became a parent being not quite prepared for what was waiting for you. It may happen that you have not the nicest memories about your own childhood. One way or another, if you aren't satisfied with yourself as a parent, try to understand what exactly goes wrong and what you can do to change the situation. Share this quiz on social media - let's see how your friends will pull it off.