Thursday, March 15, 2012

I'm an Independence Mother.

I did the quiz. You should too.

 ENTP  —The “Independence” Mother
“When I held my babies, I always faced them outward so they could take in the world.”
  • Full of energy and confident in her own self-sufficiency and competence, the ENTP mother encourages her children—as a role model and as a teacher—to be independent and confident on their own in the world.
  • A “big picture” person, she points out options and possibilities along the way. Objective and logical as well, the ENTP wants her children to evaluate their choices and learn from the consequences of their own decisions.
  • The ENTP mother is resourceful and action-oriented. She likes going places and doing things with her children, exploring all that life has to offer. She is less concerned with rules, routines, and schedules. Introducing her children to new concepts and activities, challenging them, and stimulating their intellectual development are top priorities.
Thanks Jean. Sounds like me. (Read my 'ENTP Energy Plan here. I didn't need to be told any of this stuff - it's how I live!)


  1. We're complete opposites. I knew it :)
    I always held (and still hold) my babies facing inwards, so they can shut out the world if they are feeling overwhelmed...

  2. Are you an ISFJ too, Karen?

    I remember how Simone used to take her kids out so she didn't have a mess to deal with at the end of the day...never understood it! Give me tidying up any day!

  3. I'm an ENTJ. I do love a good to-do list!

  4. I'm a 'kids r fun' mother, apparently.