FARGO, N.D., (Valley News Live)- Being a parent can be tough.
You want to be the perfect mom or dad for your child, so you mow down their obstacles to make their life easier.
It’s called being a ‘lawnmower parent’.
But we found out that this type of parenting style may not be healthy for your kids growth.
“It’s important to let kids have obstacles, let kids have some failures to learn from them,” says mother of three, Molly Johnson.
Johnson isn’t the only parent who thinks having mistakes and failures is a good thing.
“They should be able to learn from what they’re doing and not just going by and doing…
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