21 Signs You Know You’re a Mom of Boys
You've considered wearing a gas-mask on laundry day—and other signs you're definitely raising sons.
You’ve seen Star Wars more times than George Lucas has. If this sounds like you, share these silly Star Wars jokes with your family.
You’ve heard yourself say, “Stop using your wart as a weapon!” Parents of young kids will get a laugh from (and relate to) these hilarious tweets from parents.
You get more than a grunt and feel you’re having a heart-to-heart. Here’s the scientific reason the mother-child bond is so strong.
Mind Your Manners
Your idea of good manners is no fart jokes at the table. Here are the etiquette rules every parent should teach their child.
Food for Thought
Your fridge contains the holy trinity: bacon, pickles, hot sauce. If you’re worried about your son’s eating habits, try these yummy-but-healthy snacks.
You’ve found an athletic cup in every room in the house. And naturally posted photos of them.
Fencing for Beginners
There’s nothing in your house that hasn’t at some point been turned into a sword.
At 3 a.m. you’ve butt-planted into toilet water. You’ll get a laugh out of these hilarious true parenting stories.
You’ve had at least one Nerf Gun-related ER trip—and couldn’t help but say, “See! I told you someone was going to lose an eye!” Here’s how to handle some of the trickiest parenting dilemmas.
Long before Tiny Houses, your family had a Tiny Couch-Cushion Fort.
You never know what will spill out of their pockets onto the bottom of your washing machine: Legos! Sunflower seeds! Rabbit turds! Learn at what age it’s appropriate to have your kid help with the laundry (and other chores).
Rise and Shine
Instead of Matt and Savannah, you wake up to SportsCenter.
You consider “some blood, all their teeth” as a sign that no doctor is needed. These are the things all healthy children have in common.
You’ve begun an after-hours call to your pediatrician with, “So, my son just ate a glow stick.” These are the things your child’s pediatrician won’t tell you.
Under Armour Everywhere
Ninety percent of the fashion in your house is Under Armour. Learn the 13 things your teenage son wishes you knew.
You’ve spent the equivalent of a car payment for a life-sized sticker of a football player. Learn why you might not want to sign your young son up to play football, no matter how much he loves it.
Lots of Love, Mud and All
Your child always wants to give you a hug when they’re covered in sweat or mud or ice cream—and you wouldn’t have it any other way. Here are the things moms of boys wish they’d known sooner.