• DeeAnn Geeslin

    25 rules for moms with boys - my little boy is 20 now. This was a great refresher course and I hope all the Mamas with baby boys will read this over and over again.

  • Terri Roberts

    25 rules for moms with boys - so true!!! Love my boys!

  • Edie Onines

    25 Rules for Mothers of Boys by Tabitha Studer is filled with inspiring parenting advice! I highly recommend reading it.!

  • Katie Tittle

    I really like this. 25 things Moms should know about raising boys.

  • Elle H

    25 Rules for Mothers of Boys, so sweet! Some good quotes too. good to know! :)

  • Jennifer Pitney

    and # 24 is so true... Tabitha Studer knows how important it is for parents to raise boys conscientiously, and so she complied a list of 25 rules for mothers of sons.

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