Parenting styles are all so different. People rarely share the same views about what really matters when it comes to raising kids. Questions about parenting can help us clarify where our parenting values lie. According to “thought questions,” a site that proposes a new thought-provoking question everyday, “a question that makes you think is worth asking.” So here goes (remember that they’re no right or wrong answers):
1 | What one thing you do to your kid that you would never put up with?
2 | What do you think your kids will remember most about you?
3 | What three words best describe your family?
4 | What’s the one thing you’re most proud of about your kid?
5 | If your kid could star in a movie, what character would he be?
6 | If you could tell your kid what you think about him or her in only three words, what would you say?
7 | What’s your greatest parenting fear?
8 | What three words best describe your parenting style?
9 | What parenting mistake do you regret most?
10 | If you were to make an important speech about your kid, what would you say?
11 | Would you rather your kid be happy or well off?
12 | What do you do out of conformity despite your own parenting beliefs?
13 | What three words best describe your kid?
14 | What parenting habit would you be most ashamed of if people found out about it?
15 | What’s your most irrational parenting fear?
16 | What one thing do you want most for your kids?
17 | If you…