The Young-Mogul Family
This family practices "body positivity" parenting which involves being positive, proud, and accepting of one’s body and having no or living without shame regarding one’s physical form.
The Machenberg-Ney Family
Mom Lisa practices "hypno-parenting" or the use of hypnosis on children to help them behave, complete chores or study. The hypnosis aims to give children "a leg up" in the world.
The Brooks Family
The Brooks matriarch wants her children to be "the complete package,” meaning people possessing all elements to be successful in life, including brains, beauty, style, grace, leadership and talent.
The Adler Family
The Adlers are an “eco-kosher” and "all-natural" bunch, a lifestyle in which parents make a choice to feed their child only natural foods that come from the earth. Mom Shira also practices "aromatherapy," which is the use of fragrance to alter a person’s behavior or mood and is commonly use in daily life before a person does anything.
The Eisenberg Family
The Eisenberg brood practices "push parenting" in which parents push their child to be the best, often enrolling their child in multiple activities and never taking no for an answer.
The Axness Family
The Axness couple practices "conscious attachment” parenting which is an emotional and physical bond between parent and child in which parents do not let the child out of their sight. Common actions include co-sleeping, breastfeeding and baby-wearing.
The Whitacre Family
The adventurous Whitacres live a nomadic lifestyle. This choice involves living in their car, moving from place to place and not following a traditional lifestyle. It includes often sleeping in a tent, living off of minimal belongings and experiencing new places every day.
The Valencia Family
The Valencia parents want their children to be warriors: people who show aggressiveness and courage, know how to defend themselves. Warrior children do not complain about their punishments which often include physical activities like planks, pushups and wall sits.