We have set rules and boundaries. The kids do well by knowing what is "allowed" and what isn't. They sometimes get too excited and forget, but that's part of being a kid. It's my job as a parent to guide them back down to Earth.
No rules whatsoever. I hardly know they're here.
I feel that kids will be kids and there will be time for rules once they're older. As long as they're following the law, that's good enough for me.
I expect my children to be well behaved at all times. They know this, but they don't always follow suit. That's when we have a problem.
Looks like you're the Authoritative parenting style! Authoritative parents are known for their high expectations they have for their children, as well as understanding and supporting their children to achieve those goals.
This type of parenting helps to foster a productive relationship between parents and their children.
Uninvolved parenting is often a side effect of parents have too little time for their child and competing priorities, due to factors like health, divorce, or work. Neglectful parents are generally described as passive, absent, and busy with external obligations.
If you identify with this parenting style, it's never too late to become more involved in your child's life!
Permissive parenting, also known as indulgent parenting, generally describes parents that are responsive to their child's needs, but are not demanding. These parents tend to be a little too lenient while trying to avoid confrontation. The benefit of this parenting style is that they are usually very nurturing and loving, and tend to be great friends with their children!
Authoritarian parenting is characterized by parents who are demanding and strict with their children, and have specific goals for them in mind. Authoritarian parents often expect their children to follow a strict set of rules, with little to no wiggle room. As such, Authoritarians' kids often turn out to be high achievers!