It just so happens that people seem to walk by my desk exactly when I'm talking to a fellow co-worker and mom of a toddler about adventures in potty training. We just so happened to be talking about the frequencies and consistencies of our sons' #2s when our supervisor came in from a high-heeled meeting.
I fear she didn't realize right away that we were talking about our two-year-olds. What if she thought we were talking about ourselves?!
Come on, boss! We would never do that. Who talks about their OWN frequencies and consistencies of their #2s at work? Not me! Not us. That's gross!
My son is growing up. He is sprouting right before my eyes. It is amazing to see.
In an upcoming article in our print version of Tulsa Kids, I talk with moms and hear from some experts about the awe-inspiring, yet sometimes nerve-racking, experience of bringing up boys. In preparation for the article, I asked some mom friends for useful, funny, or surprising tips or revelations to share on parenting baby and toddler boys, specifically.
Here are two insightful snippets from a local mom and a college friend of mine from northern Virginia.
“Tip: When changing a newborn baby boy’s diaper, cover him up as fast as you can. Before having boys, I had no clue how demoralizing it would be to get pee in your face at 3 am.” – Shelley Carter
“A revelation: I am the standard...