Handwriting analysts tend to associate certain personality traits with handwriting style. To the way you slant your letters, dot your i's, loop your o's, and space your words, clues abound. While it isn't a perfect science, many have found consistencies in what handwriting style says about a person, and what type of parent they may be.
Gossip mom: How do you loop your o's? Open o's are sometimes associated with personalities who tend to be horrible at keeping secrets --and not just with their own. If you loop your o's making a clear and strong connection, you're probably a good confidant.
Socialite: The slant of your letters may say a lot about your social personality type. If it inclines far to the right, you might be the type of mother who loves hanging out at the park socializing with other mothers, or talks to the lady in front of you in line at the grocery store. The opposite may be true for mothers whose handwriting inclines left. Those might be the type of mothers who look like a deer in headlights when the former strikes up a conversation.
Depressed: If you are writing on paper without lines, do your sentences tend to slope downward? You may be depressed.
The Smother Mother: If you write your words close together, you may like to be close to others, enjoy physical contact, and smothering your kids with kisses. The opposite may be true for people who have a large space between words.
Trash Digger: No, not literally. A 'trash digger' in this aspect, is one who dwells on past mistakes. If you tend to cross your t's more toward the left of the letter --or don't even make it to the center line-- you might like to bring up old issues (This same rule goes for dotting of the i's). Those who cross more over to the right, tend to look towards the future. It's preferable, however, to just cross in the center and concentrate on the moment at hand.
But take this with a grain of salt. Findings are subjective, opinions vary, and it would be impossible to figure out exactly what type of parent you are with just a few clues --there's a lot more to it. Handwriting analysts take many clues into consideration before making assumptions. That said, it's still interesting. Also interesting is the suggestion that making changes to your handwriting might create changes in your personality.