What Kind of a Animal Mother Are You?
Nature offers a lot of inspiration for motherhood. The animal kingdom has some amazing things to learn from. Take a look!
If you focus on giving your children a practical approach towards life, you belong to the feline dynasty. When your child is hit by another kid in the park, you teach your kid to fight back instead of crying back at home.
If you are the kind of mother that coaches their children more on social skills, like greeting everyone they meet, touching feet of elders, the usage of “aap” over “tum”, then you undoubtedly belong to the elephantine legacy. You are always a tad more protective about your kids.
A Canine Mom is the one who checks everything very carefully – the ingredients of the detergent she would use, the temperature of milk, if the kids have kicked off their blanket in sleep… she is constantly watching and monitoring.
Monkey are very high on energy and are playful most of the day. You are the kind of mom who will let the chores take a back seat just because play is equally important for your child’s growth. Playful learning is a symbol of the Simian legacy.
Moms belonging to the avian family walk shoulder to shoulder with their spouse – whether it is feeding the children, selecting the right school or taking them on family trips. They have an equal share of expenses, and the rights to decide.
The alligator mom does not seem to be too warm or too mushy… not the kind that will cuddle and do coochie-coo all day. But the alligator mom will equip their child with all life skills – pushing for excellence in making their life prospects better is her constant endeavor. Rough & tough is their parenting style.
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