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Moms of Boys

Moms of boys face some unique challenges - like navigating living rooms full of legos without breaking our necks and learning to dig up worms despite a fear of getting dirty. Here's how we do it...

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Comment by Julia Angel on December 11, 2010 at 11:53pm

Embrace boys’ fashion key trends demonstrated on runways of the influential Pitti Bimbo, Italy with these budget-friendly looks for less.The majority of key pieces, such as glammed-up sweatpants and hip accessories, used in these Looks for Less, came from Zara Kids. GAP, HTG81, Akademiks, crewcuts, Janie & Jack, Amazon, Asos, Next, Children’s Place and Zappos had also contributed to the creation of these budget-friendly masterpieces.

Comment by Tina Peterson on December 11, 2010 at 2:39am


Books as Stocking Stuffers:
I've been thinking Stocking Stuffers. I love to be creative and find unique fun ideas to fill those stockings - very little on candy and HIGH on FUN! I went and looked for a few of my favorite book reviews and thought I'd share them with you. There are links (click on the title) so you can order them too - just be sure to get your orders in before their out of stock!

I've put together some book ideas, brain teasers, fun art/drawing ideas and then added some ideas to use as fillers with the book - Enjoy!

Comment by Amanda Smith on December 7, 2010 at 2:40pm
I have a 7 year old son. Whom I LOVE! :) Hes so cute!!

I have a new blog - It's updated daily. Mondays I have a series called Millionaire Mommy.

I also have 2 crafts blogs - for my crafts and tutorials and for 20 ideas daily from around blog world - sewing projects, crafts, freebies and recipes!
Comment by Melissa on December 7, 2010 at 1:21pm
I just started a blog: on saturday. I love being a mom of a boy - they are so much fun!
Comment by Brae Lee Craig on December 7, 2010 at 12:56am
Touchy Topic Tuesday: Have yourself a politically correct little holiday season.

How do YOU feel about PC comments about Christmas? Come on over to my blog, read up on MY opinion, and lets discuss it!!!!
Comment by Joshlin Spears on December 6, 2010 at 10:33am
I have a giveaway ending tonight! Win a $45 CSN Gift Card! LOW ENTRIES!!!!
Comment by Tamara aka Cheapskate Mom on December 5, 2010 at 1:29am
Hi Everyone! I'm a mom to three boys, ages 14, 7 and my youngest will be 3 in January. Are we going to try for a girl? NO! Three boys is enough for me!!

I hope to exchange some good "war" stories with you all!

Tamara aka Cheapskate Mom
Comment by Margot Finke on December 4, 2010 at 3:50pm
It's funny, but our boy was the youngest of our three kids, and the only boy. The two girls gave us far more problems than our boy. Though I have neighbors and friends who shed far more tears over their boy's doings than they did over their daughters'. I guess it all depends on who got the calm and sensible genes, and who got the wild and woolly ones.

My son was a reluctant reader. I could not get him to read. He loved being read too - but reading for himself, no way! That's when I

began writing books with boys and reluctant readers in mind. The secret seems to be finding books that write about topics these little macho guys are interested in - sports, cars, superheroes, rockets, dinosaurs etc. Once you give them books that have fun, adventure, and humor involving something they are really interested in, boys read up a storm.
Books for Kids -
"Rattlesnake Jam" - small boy friendly!
Comment by Kristina Everhart on December 4, 2010 at 1:39pm
Hi, I'm a Mother of a boy and girl. My son is older and 3years old. Boys certainly keep you on your toys. I had a wonderful moment last night with my son and have posted it to my blog Please feel free to swing by and take a look. Hope everyone is having a good day. It's snowing here!
Comment by Holly Jennings on December 2, 2010 at 6:11pm
New to this group! I have three boys (and one very tough little girl.) I'm looking forward to reading other's boy adventures!

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