I completed the survey but I don't think the questions necessarily get at what you want to ask.
When you ask about the mother's attachment you don't ask about her sense of self - she might have low expectations of affection etc because of low self esteem and that could be misinterpreted as being more secure in her attachments rather than less. It might be helpful to add a question about self esteem and/or diagnosed MH conditions in the mother to provide context to the other answers.
Thank you for taking part! Yes I completely understand what you're saying and those things are all important to consider. The questions that I have used for throughout the survey are designed by researchers in the field who have tested there reliability and validity. As a student researcher we are advised to use these in our research so that we know what our questions are measuring. If you would like I'd be happy to send you the articles that these questions have come from (specifically the articles about measuring attachment style)? 🙂