What kind of parent are you? Do you let your children roam, or do you hover over them?
You may have heard of "helicopter parenting" where moms and dads watch every move their children make.
Now, there's a counter-move gearing up called "free range parenting," according to Good Morning America .
It gets kids to play outside, alone, with no parents and no supervision.
Parents can now drop their kids off at a playground in Central Park where they'll hang out completely unsupervised.
New York City mom and blogger Lenore Skenazy has championed the "free play" movement.
She's willing to watch your kids, from a nearby coffee shop, while they play in Central Park.
But it'll cost parents $350 for eight 90-minute sessions.
Do you think this so-called "free range" parenting is a good idea, or in today's world are boundaries a better way to raise our kids?
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