Helicopter Mom

An overprotective and overly-involved mother who hovers—helicopter-like—over her children (at school, etc.) to see how they are doing
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You can spot the difference (oftentimes, just from their physical appearance alone) between the child of a helicopter mom and a mom that lets her child discover the world on his own (within reason).
He also reconciles with his mother, Monica, the ultimate helicopter mom.
Our instructor, Beth Rutland, hovered like a helicopter mom, ready to guide a knife through an onion or a buttered brush across a sheet of phyllo dough.
Also: helicopter mother, helicopter mom, helicopter dad.
Eventually I told my mother, and she (no helicopter mom, with five other kids to monitor) advised me to speak to the teacher.
Right before your eyes, this initially grief-stricken momma transforms from obsessed-with-ADHD control-freak and helicopter mom to optimistic and (mostly) confident parent of a child who happens to have ADHD.
org is a personal blog, which gives the reader a glimpse inside the life of an Extreme Helicopter Mom.
If not, here's the scoop: Siegel became a social media superstar simply by sharing texts she received from her mother—who, to be blunt—is the Blackhawk/Apache of helicopter moms.
Your child is statistically no more likely to be abducted than you were, Skenazy informs hovering helicopter moms.
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