What does it mean to be a Tiger Mom?
The definition of a tiger mom is a mother raising her children in a traditional Chinese way, including strict rules, tough love, and discipline to get children to succeed. An example of a tiger mom is the author Amy Chua who wrote The Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother.
It's World Elephant Day, let's celebrate! They may look big and imposing, but elephant moms are actually some of the best moms in the animal kingdom. The big softies do everything from nursing for years to staying close to their babies for life. Elephant moms endure nearly two years of pregnancy.
- 5 remarkable animal moms
- Orangutan. The bond between an orangutan mother and her young is one of the strongest in nature.
- Polar Bear. Attentive polar bear mothers usually give birth to twin cubs that stick by her for about two years to learn the necessary survival skills in the cold climate.
- African Elephant.
- Emperor Penguin.
- Elephant calves are usually dependent on mother's milk for up to 3 - 4 years, although they can be weaned at two years of age. By the time a calf is nine months old, 40 per cent of its diet is vegetation.
- Here are 10 animals with truly astonishing parental strategies to ensure the success of the next generation.
- Weddell seal (Leptonychotes weddellii)
- Orangutans (Pongo genus)
- Caecilians (Gymnophiona)
- Adelie penguin (Pygoscelis adeliae)
- Clownfish (Amphiprioninae)
- Strawberry poison-dart frog (Oophaga pumilio)
Tiger parenting (????, "tiger mother" or "tiger mom") is a term which refers to the process of strict or demanding parents who push and pressure their children to be successful academically by attaining high levels of scholastic and academic achievement, using authoritarian parenting methods regarded as typical of
- Most of us know that one of the major downsides to synthetic hair is that you generally can't curl it with a curling iron because it's made out of plastic and thus might melt *meep.* But there's a way around that issue that's becoming more and more known thanks to the growing use of Kanekalon hair in crochet braids.
- WebMd also mentioned that "braiding or putting your hair in a ponytail when it's wet can cause damage sooner because wet hair is more fragile." Personally, whenever I sleep with wet hair braids, it doesn't curl my hair as much as I'd like it too. You won't damage your hair as much, and it'll look curlier!
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- Remember that it can't grow overnight.
- And don't shampoo every time you shower.
- Do a cold-water rinse at the end of each shower.
- Apply an oil or mask treatment weekly.
- Consider trying hair-boosting supplements.
- Brush your hair like it's spun from gold.
- Ditch your cotton pillowcase.
Updated: 21st November 2019