I would like to think most parents want the best for their kids. I would think if you are reading all this information, you certainly must. However, sometimes we can affect them the same way as over-watering plants affects the plants. We can think we are doing a good thing so maybe we do too much or don't give them enough room to learn. Then they can't flourish the way we would hope they would.
One example is doing too much for them. Without any chores or responsibilities they are stunted in their ability to handle responsibility and gain unrealistic expectations for the future. The idea of supermom isn't helping out moms or their children.
There is a reason we call it "spoiling" our children. We don't eat spoiled food, because it's not good anymore. We don't want to spoil our children in a way that it affects their future success in life.