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    Baldie's Mum is offline <--- Tommy Campbell, T.C, Baldie.....whatever you call him, he is ours!
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    Default Beautiful things about BOYS!

    What are your positives to having a boy!?!!

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    I have two boys! I love having little men. They're so different so I can't pinpoint "boy" qualities as such, but they are really no fuss little people. I'm hoping my daughter will be the same. DS1 is creative and quite good with his hands, DS2 is the stereotypical "boy". He's loud, boisterous, outdoorsy and loves any game involving mess, dirt and crashing things together. It's also really lovely to watch brothers bond and play.

    Boys clothes are pretty cute too. I love their little shirts - they look like little men!

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    I think little boys are more easy going and so much more affectionate.

    I would love 3-4 boys

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    I think that a lot of times boys are closer to their mothers than girls tend to be (that's a generalisation based on relationships in my own family of course ), and they're so curious and love to engage with the world - then again, most children are like that

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    Oh and another thing, boys playing with their dads is just precious. I think dads and boys go together so well, like best buds. I know my DP is so over the moon he has his boy .

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    other than being sweet...i dunno . hair is low maintenance and clothes are easy to co-ordinate...match the pants to the jumper/t-shirt. cheap, boys don't have accessories like stockings, bracelets, hair clips .

    the world is better set up for men to succeed with careers and money...but hopefully that will change by the time our kids grow up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Owen&Noah's_mum View Post
    other than being sweet...i dunno . hair is low maintenance and clothes are easy to co-ordinate...match the pants to the jumper/t-shirt. cheap, boys don't have accessories like stockings, bracelets, hair clips .

    the world is better set up for men to succeed with careers and money...but hopefully that will change by the time our kids grow up.
    Hair is a good point! Especially if they happen to get nits, you can just shave their head and they look cool, cant do that with a girl.

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    I think it is such an individual thing I have two boys who have lots of different wonderful qualities. I have been happy to have both boys because I really didn't want a PITA girly girl but we have friends with girls who are wonderful so it really is an individual thing.
    Some of the things I love about having boys I don't know if they are solely attributable to the fact they are boys but here goes
    - their exuberance and love of the outdoors
    - their beautiful hugs and cuddles
    - their ability to make me laugh
    - fart jokes
    - a love of nature
    - pure unadulturated musical talent
    I think the thing I love most about boys is their ability to be totally self asorbed without meaning to and without any intent.

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    Boys love their mums and in their eyes youa re a queen (until they get a girlfriend that is). It really i s a special bond between a mum and her boys.


 

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