The Penis Chronicles presents “Three words sum it up: boys are gross!” February is secret life month, so I am going to reference this post with a fleeting thought. This fleeting thought involves my life as a princess surrounded by sunshine and rainbows, stories about love and romance, playing with dolls and stuffed animals,… Continue reading Three words sum it up: boys are gross!
The Penis Chronicles presents “Magic Mike Learns to Sing” I should begin by referencing two things. First is a previous post about my younger son and his Magic Mike tendencies. You can check out that post by clicking here. The second thing I should reference is that February’s theme is Do you have a secret… Continue reading Magic Mike Learns to Sing
The Penis Chronicles presents “Warning: It isn’t for Entertainment” A tiny voice carries down the stairs and it is yelling with a mischievous urgency, “smell this, smell this!” How many parenting warnings are going off in your head? In my experience that mischievous urgent voice coupled with that devilish laugh is cause for a complete… Continue reading Warning: It isn’t for Entertainment
The Penis Chronicles presents “Oh, those conversations…” At some point in time when talking to a child I think most, if not all, of us have asked a question and received a response that was not at all what we were expecting. Son: Mom it’s so sad for my friend A. Me: Why? Is it… Continue reading Oh, those conversations…
I think my first post for The Penis Chronicles was simply called Raising Boys: The Penis Chronicles I posted it in 2016. In 2017 I participated in the A – Z challenge and all my posts were Raising Boys: The Penis Chronicles. Letter A can be found here: Raising Boys: The Penis Chronicles presents the… Continue reading Introducing the chronicles as a weekly platform
I watch. He is curled up on his side on the breakfast bench. Occasionally he shifts uttering a dramatic “ouch.” Eyes closed with breakfast and juice untouched on the table. He is dressed for school. I consider, should he go? He doesn’t want to. Time to ask where he feels unwell. I brace with… Continue reading Fail
I hear bickering. I hear: 7 year old: “Oh yeah, you’re a vagina king!” 4 year old: “Smell my butt!” Now, had these boys been about 10 years older I am sure I would have died from shock. However, my alarmed brain realized that they were selecting random word combinations for maximum impact. So, “vagina… Continue reading Your Guess is as Good as Mine