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10 Things mom's with boy's say.

The top 10 things a mom with boy says is a funny but realistic list I think every mom who has a son has said one of theses things on this list. Everyone know boys can be a hand full but at the same time wonderful.

1. No running/no stomping

This one is for people who live in an a apartment or you can even have a two story home. Boys love running and stomping all day long. I know my boy stomps everytime he heavy footed.

2. Cover your mouth.
cover your mouth while you eat,sneeze,or cough boys always have alot to say even when there mouth is occupied.

3. Sit down quietly
There is never a quiet time with boys in the house they always come up with a great idea of running and being loud.

4. Don't chew with your mouth open
This goes for going out to eat and having company over.

5. Wash your hands.
Always in a rush and ready to go go go never thinking to stop and wash there hands after eatting, sneezing, or using the bathroom.

6. Brush your teeth
In the morning no one is ever ready to wake up and go brush there teeth but little boys dread it because there always so tired and rather do other things.

7. Tie your shoes
Boys rather run around with no shoes on because they dont want to stop to tie there shoe because its always coming loose. so when they do have there shoes on you constantly have to remind them.

8. Eat with your utensil
Number 8 might be just for my household my son will start with his utensil and end up just using his hands it never fails and I always have to remind him were not eating finger foods. Use your utensil.

9. No passing gas.
Boys think this is the funnest thing a person can do so they do it all the time and always at the wrong time.

And finally top 10 the ultimate mom of boys saying's.

10. Put the toilet seat down.
Am I right. Or am I right top 10 for all moms of boys will know what I am talking about and know its the biggest pet peive of them all and they hardly ever remember so we have to repeat this saying all the time.

~Now that's life, TheFLandF.~

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