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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…

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Starting at age 3, every year on their birthday you ask the same questions and see how their answers change over the years! Add a pic and make a book out of it. 20 questions* : answered by Morgan 1. What is your favorite color? 2. What is your favorite toy? 3. What is your favorite fruit? 4. What is your favorite tv show? 5. What is your favorite thing to eat for lunch? 6. What is your favorite outfit? 7. What is your favorite game? 8. What is your favorite snack? 9. What…

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20 Things No One Told Us About Raising a Boy

This makes me cry. I love my son with all my heart. . . I will break any little girls neck who breaks my little boys heart. Unless he deserved it. =]

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50 things I want to teach my son

A list of 50 light-hearted, yet heartfelt, things every mother should teach her son.

25 Rules for Mothers of Sons I am not a mother of boys but am a teacher of boys and know these things to be very true... brought a tear to my eyes and I'm not even their mother! To all you moms of sons, I applaud you. It's no easy task, but so important and so worth it.