Tuesday, June 28, 2011

life with boys . . . oh boy !

I am coming to the conclusion and realization that my life is going to be filled with all things boy. The good and the bad.

The Good ...

Will loves to snuggle. Loves to watch Olivia with me, the one show I can really stand, oh and Peppa Pig. Definitely a mama's boy, which I totally heart. Is a big helper. Has shown an infatuation with babies lately, thank goodness. I think he will make a great big brother. A chatter box. Learns quickly, he's like a little sponge lately. Loves running and being active = one tired little boy...bonus!

The Bad...
Loves to push farts out. Has now copied Daddy's words from Family Guy saying, "Gentlemen, that was a fart!" And that happens every time he farts, and yes he has done it in public. Has farted and said, "Ahhh, I feel so much better." Doesn't care how messy he gets, will roll around in mud if I let him. It's amazing the fascination farts brings to boys and men. Lastly...this is only going to multiply in a couple of years. So my life is going to be silly and smelly!

To all my multiple boy moms out there, I applaud you! We can get manicures and pedicures in piece when they are teenagers! Bliss...

6 comments:

Liz said...

I TOTALLY dig Peppa Pig! It's such a happy cartoom!

melonbelly said...

I've got two of those dirty lil guys. My hubby taught the boys the wonderful Beans, Beans the magical fruit joke. I refuse to cook beans for a few years..er..decades before that joke isnt funny anymore! I've heard it plenty lately.. :)

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Chelle said...

Love it :)

Isabella is obsessed with talking--loudly--about any and all bodily functions. Her fave words? Toot and poop.

Callie said...

LOVE this! And even though "the bad" is tough, you wrote it in a way that it is oh so endearing. It's hard not to smile!

My daughter loves Peppa Pig, too. :)

KLZ said...

I actually don't mind Blue's Clues.

But farting is not my favorite. I don't even mind so much that it happens I mind that the males in my house are so PROUD of them. Dude, it's a natural thing, get over it.

Shell said...

Oh yes- life as a boy mama is something else.