We must teach our boys about the value of women outside of their bodies and the bedroom.
It’s a striking truth that as the leader of the house goes, so goes the son (or sons). The pressure is on us as parents to model what we hope our sons will grow up to understand.
We must do our best by our sons, whatever therapy that might entail.
For boys with SPD, there is hope when they don’t want to wear certain clothing.
How does a mom have THAT conversation with her son?
I learned too late what her love really meant.
Once and for all, let’s stop saying “boy will be boys.”
A child’s love for building is a magical thing.
We need to stop stereotyping our children.
Please, for the love of everything that is good in this world, stop calling him “little man.”
When the outside world is foreign and your only escape and filter is the feature film, what do you make? Movies.
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How does a dad start the conversation?
Long story short: Our bed is still not childless.
We may not always know what we are doing, but they do turn out OK.