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Boys, as we know, are of a different breed. Being a Mom of boys is never a dull moment and the things we find ourselves saying may sound normal to you now…but before you had boys you would have never imagined such words being uttered.
So this is for you, Mom’s of boys. All hail the crazy talk.
I glanced outside to see him shooting a high arch while his brother’s looked on with such fascination and awe that Jack notices and shot his arch higher, clearly showing off.
And then I saw it happen, Camden reached out and I yelled
It was too late and I scooped him up before he stuck his hand in his mouth.
I laughed to myself, thinking “Did I just say that? Did I just see that?”
These boys, ever inquisitive and curious. Ever in awe of their older brother.
Boys are teaching me to let go of things I can’t control. To let them be
My Mom always said everything is washable, so let ’em get dirty.
I am “in the process of becoming a reformed neurotic” and these boys are teaching me a great many thing.
Including the fact that yelling “don’t let you brother’s touch your pee” is normal.
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