The term "helicopter parenting" was first used in Dr. Haim Ginott's 1969 book Parents & Teenagers by teens who said that their parents would hover over them like a helicopter. The term became popular enough to become a dictionary entry in 2011. Similar terms include lawnmower parenting, cosseting parent, or bulldoze parenting. Helicopter parenting resembles to "a style of parents who are too over focused on their children, observing their behavior very closely. "They typically take way too much responsibility for their children's experiences and, specifically, their successes or failures," some people call it over parenting. "It means being involved in your child's life in a way that is too much over controlling, overprotecting, and over perfecting, in a way that is in excess of responsible parenting.