For teenage boys, wearing sunscreen is soooo not cool...

A few of you out there may have a teenage boy. I personally have a 14 year old boy and am constantly stunned (and puzzled) how his behavior contrasts that of his older sister. I mean, I know there is of course a difference between boys and girls but this to me seems weird: he is embarrassed to wear sunscreen. Is your son/grandson the same way?

 

My most recent blog post provides a little bit of an overview of his distain for Coppertone.                                         

 

Wearing Sunscreen is Soooo Not Cool...

My son, Noah, arrived home from the beach yesterday afternoon the color of a severely ripe tomato (I’m not sure how a tomato can be “severely” ripe, but it’s the only way to appropriately describe the way he looked…). Had he worn sunscreen when he was out frolicking in the sun? Duh! Of course not! Noah wouldn’t be caught dead cracking open a bottle of Coppertone and applying cream in front of actual people at the beach. How embarrassing would that be? MORE

 

 

 

 

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Tags: Teens, boys, summer, sunburn, sunscreen, teenage

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