This working married mom of two teen boys would like to share tips/advice/stories.

~ Mona

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cute blog! I am the mom of 2 little boys. I'm sure I can learn from you!!! ~Kimberly
www.stinkerpinker.com
Love your blog! I'm a mom of 5 boys. Life is interesting, to say the least lol.
Interesting blog that you have.
I'm a mom to 2 young boys who are currently 3 and 6 years old.

Catch me on my blog

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Thanks Kimberly! I'll be stopping by your blog too.
~ Mona

Kimberly G. said:
cute blog! I am the mom of 2 little boys. I'm sure I can learn from you!!! ~Kimberly
www.stinkerpinker.com
Oh my gosh! 5 boys! You're my hero. I could not imagine.... probably pretty loud huh? You must have TONS of bandaids.

Jessica Bittke said:
Love your blog! I'm a mom of 5 boys. Life is interesting, to say the least lol.
Thanks Dominique.

Dominique Goh said:
Interesting blog that you have.
I'm a mom to 2 young boys who are currently 3 and 6 years old.

Catch me on my blog

From Dominique's Desk

I'm here to share.  I have a one teen and one pre teen.  Help!! hehehe

Mom of 3 boys here...12, 5, an 7 weeks. Nice blog! Checkout mine when you have a chance!

 

~Nacia

Moms in Boyland

I'm a mom to 2 boys too (2 months and almost 3) with no plans to add a girl but at least my dog is female :).  I'll will be checking out your blog for advice for sure.

 

http://andweareoffto.blogspot.com/

Funny story-My husband's father's direct family line hasn't seen a girl born in over A HUNDRED YEARS (his father to grandfather, to great-grandfather, etc). So I think I'll be adding more sons to the one I already have. Glad to have found your blog and become a follower!

 

-Ceinwyn

 

http://griffinsfeatherednest.blogspot.com

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