LTML30: Life With A Boy

Ever since Little Z was able to run and ride his bike (among other things) life with a boy is very different from life with a girl!

Zee may dream of princes and parties, Little Z (at the moment) loves on crashing things and throwing things in the air.  He loves chasing and running.  

It is a very welcome changed though, since it also exposes Zee to the many boy things that are so much fun (in my opinion).  After all, how many dolls can a child own?  (Mr. C and I do not buy the dolls since she usually gets them as a gift).  But really?  Maybe it’s me, after all, I never really liked to play with dolls–I was more of a video game person myself.


Life With a Boy


My days are filled with loud laughing, and crashing toys, but I welcome it.  However, now if they are quiet, they are truly up to something…

What are some of the differences you noticed from raising a girl and boy?  Is your home always filled with crashing noise?  If you have just girls, seriously, how many dolls can a girl play with?

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Ha! The crashing into things and the chasing….always thinking everything is a game….that’s my son and he’s only 27 months. I do enjoy raising a boy. He can be a bit rough at times, but we are teaching him. I know the difference somewhat about boys and girls just because I grew up with a brother that was a year and 13 days younger. I remember the difference in toys. Some things overlapped like video games. I was very into Barbie and dolls. Fighting for phone time until we got cell phones. I had one in high school. I’m not… Read more »


My boys are different and then there is the daughter. Honestly, I can say without a doubt that my boys have always been moodier than my daughter. I think the banging does that. Haha! My husband was a a SAHD so my daughter was never into dolls. They all played video games. 🙂