More insulting stereotyping. As a teen I hated shopping, wore jeans every day, had one tube of mascara, and my room was filled with books and lego and gadgets. I wouldn't be seen dead in a dress/hairspray/nail polish/pink underwear. My daughter didn't fit this stereotype, either. In fact, my son is a closer fit.
Handprint & Footprint Bunny / Rabbit craft by Patricia J
35 Paper Plate Crafts for Kids
I love you this much
"This is to remind you When I have grown so tall, That once I was quite little And my hands were very small.” Homemade Christmas ornament
Santa Add and Color adapt for music symbols and rhythms
pre-cut felt trees, then let the kiddos sew or glue on buttons as ornaments
25 Rules for Mothers of Sons 1. Teach him the words for how he feels. 2. Be a cheerleader for his life 3. Teach him how to do laundry 4. Read to him and read with him. 5. Encourage him to dance. 6. Make sure he has examples of good men who are powerful because of their brains, their determination, and their integrity. 7. Make sure he has examples of women who are beautiful because of their brains, their determination, and their integrity 8. Be an example of a beautiful...
Half shaving cream and half Elmer's glue = dries puffy
The Prayer of a Mentor Mom - click for printable version
Write notes back forth with your child. Leave it on their bed, when they have a chance, they write back and leave it on your bed. How neat would it be to have those notes to look back on? With SONS...I can only imagine how special this will be! I must do this. cute-home-projects