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Top ten equipment my six year-old son has skilled me (so far...) - parenting


I've educated numerous, critical education on life, fatherhood and men by being the mommy of a a small amount boy. . .

1) Boys certainly can and will go to the bathroom anywhere. Some of them seem to exceedingly like going outside.

2) When hardly boys tell you they have to go to the bathroom "RIGHT NOW," they honestly mean it. . . They both can't hold or litter to try to hold it like barely girls can.

3) Boys can fake cry just as good as girls. My son in point of fact practices his facial expressions in the mirror - like the sad, hopeless look deliberate to evoke sympathy and the scrunched up, tears are coming, "I'm actually hurt" face, or the mean glare with his barely cheeks breathless out as he grits his teeth firm not to smile. . .

4) It's true that boys hit harder than girls even when they're just in performance around. . . I think it's a testosterone thing.

5) Goodbye the toilet seat up is a habit males are born with. Most mommies will begin the clash to get them to put it down beforehand they go to kindergarten. And many moms will still be in the clash with their sons when they arrange high school. It's a war we seldom win. My six year-old son rationalizes it like this: "Mommy you must feel lucky that I lift the seat up - As if I didn't, when you go to the bathroom in the center of the night and it's actually dark, just think how mad you would be if I peed with the seat down. . . "

6) It doesn't be important whether you're four years-old or 40, if you're a girl who can play kickball as good as the boys, you are COOL.

7) Even despite the fact that we accepted our sons in our wombs for nine months and went by means of the cringe-making pain of childbirth to bring these delightful hardly boys into the world, threatening these little men with the axiom -

"I brought you into this world and I can take you out. . . "

instills much more fear in them when their fathers (or other prominent male appear in their life) say it.

8) But the fact that WE were the ones who were pregnant and WE were the mother who in fact gave birth to these wondrous baby males, does give us their loyalty, fancy and maybe biased aid in disputes with their fathers (or any man).

9) If you are a lone care for of a barely boy, he will not think you are incapable of doing the equipment that are traditionally "guy" effects - like fishing, going to the races, before a live audience in the mud, tossing baseball or football, functioning on your car etc. . .

(Unless you show him that you can't do stuff like that or you decide on not to crack tricks predictably linked with men. )

10) There is nonentity in this world as good as to the way it makes a mommy feel to have the unconditional, pure, chaste love of her hardly boy.

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