I know from taking the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test that I am INFJ; however, there is a link in the article to take the test in case you have not had the opportunity. I thought this was a neat way to look at our various mothering styles and hopefully we can appreciate other mom's styles as different to ours but not necessarily better. Feel free to post your results in the comments.
The know-thyself mother (INFJ)
Sensitive and family-focused, the INFJ mother encourages the unique potential of each child. Her aim is to help her kids develop a sense of identity, and she seeks a free exchange of feelings and thoughts to that end. In fact, she may value the mothering experience as a catalyst to her own personal growth. She is conscientious and intense, as well. Probably no one takes child-raising more seriously than the INFJ. She approaches it as a profession requiring her best self. Stay-sane tip: Make time for yourself, try to live in the moment, and take life a little less seriously. Instead of trying to make life what it "should be," enjoy it for what it is.