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What is your parenting style?

Question 1 of 7

What is the end result?

Are you a protective mother, or an easy going one?

Find out your parenting style by answering 7 questions in our poll

Your child comes home from school with a star on his hand because he was able to write down his nickname without any guidance from the teacher. How does this make you feel (Choose 1)?

Confident that you were able to teach him at home without much external support.

Proud that your child can now progress to writing his complete name soon.

Happy that the writing techniques you learned online and taught your child worked.

Relieved that your child was able to do the task without much effort.

Reassured that your child is able to start writing his own name at his current age.

Excited to take your child to the toy store to get his reward for a good job.

It's sembreak and you're trying to figure out what your child can do to keep her busy at home. You will most likely (Choose 1):

Let your child do arts and crafts, and buy her books that you can read with her.

Enroll her in finger math classes so that she can already learn how to do basic arithmetic when she goes back to school.

Read up on learning activities from a new book that you got and teach her during the two-week break.

Make sure that your child is able to eat well and not get sick during the break.

Plan out activities that you can do together like going to the mall or watching a movie.

Just let your child do what she wants and enjoy the holiday through watching TV or playing with cousins.

Your child woke up with a fever. What is the first thing that you would do (Choose 1)?

Provide him with the paracetamol already prescribed by the doctor during his last illness and let him sleep first.

Consult with your pediatrician on what is the best medicine you should give your child so that he can get better in time for class tomorrow.

Pick up your handy childcare book and look up on possible remedies.

Immediately bring him to the ER to take a dengue kit just to be sure.

Take her temperature and make sure she gets a sponge bath every so often.

Monitor his condition because it just might be because of the weather or a growth spurt.

You feel best as a mom or parent if you are able to (Choose 1):

Be there for important milestones like collecting her drawings from class or creating a photo book of her first trip to the zoo.

See your child being the top of her class and constantly receiving citations in school.

Monitor your child's progress and make sure that she develops according to her age.

Make sure that your child always stays healthy and seldom gets sick or hurt.

Make the most out of your bonding time with your child.

Give your child the most fun experience she can have while growing up.

When your child grows up, you want him to be (Choose 1):

A doctor or a lawyer.

A successful businessman.

An athlete or a musician or an artist.

Happy and healthy.

A good person.

Anything he wants to be.

When I go to the grocery to buy milk, I always (Choose 1):

Try something different and stick with the brand if my child likes it.

Make sure that I buy what other moms are buying.

Look at the nutritional values.

Get what the pediatrician advises me to buy.

Buy a brand that has value for money.

Get whatever brand is available.

It is important that I provide the right nutrition for my child because (choose 1):

He needs it to be able to do what he wants, and become what he dreams to be.

I want him to be the best that he could be.

He may already be deficient in some nutrients because of his picky eating habits.

I want him to grow up healthy, normal and not sickly.

This is one way of showing my love for my child. I want him to live a happy and healthy life.

Please choose your answer.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE

WHO recommends exclusive breastfeeding up to 6 months of age. Wyeth Nutrition fully supports this and continued breastfeeding, along with the introduction of complementary foods as advised by your doctor or health authority.