Your Mama's so dumb, she puts bunny ears in her mouth, and savors the sweet taste. (the remaining bunny parts were thrown in the field as a warning to others).
a) the wonderful mother/child bond that teaches Japanese kindness and benevolence, b) the mother-child bond that forever stunts the hustle and self-reliance and independence of many Japanese.
|( に ) あま*える||
to spoil, fawn over
usually means sweet-tasting - but ALSO means 'not spicy.' (Q; Is it karai? A; no, daijoubu, it's quite amai.)
to not take an opponent seriously because you assume they are soft.