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Moms of Boys

On the way to the beach last week, I was passing the time asking Walker and Mike questions that I found on Pinterest (here). One of the questions was "What three words best describe you?"

Walker said, "Poop, fart and burp."

I believe that response and the below picture pretty much sum up what it's like to be a mom to a boy.


  1. What a funny boy. SUCH a boy! :) Love it!

  2. Amen, I hear it and second the motion of boys in the house!!! Hang on - it only gets worse (or better, depending on your mood!)

  3. i just laughed out loud! this is so becoming my life after years of rainbows, princesses and unicorns! and thank you so much for the kind comments on my photography. i actually took a mamarazzi class from annie harrison photography a year or so ago and then started shooting in manual, mainly with my 35mm lens. it's just been a trial-and-error thing for me, but it's been so fun to learn!

  4. oh, yes ma'am! That's about right!

  5. Ha! I can definitely relate to this! My seven year old recently asked me how he could make his arm farts louder :) LOVE boys!!

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  7. Hahaha, too true.. and too funny! I've got a boy now, and he's only two, but I can tell the differences already! :)


  8. I have boys....I understand...sadly too well!


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