10 Things I’ve Learned from My Spirited Boy (Happy Mother’s Day)

Ten things I’ve learned from my “spirited” boy:

  1. Always check the oven and garbage disposal before turning them on.
  2. 30 seconds in a row is a long time.
  3. Silence is a warning signal – run quickly to the last place you saw the boy.
  4. Anything can become a step up, including the oven door, a cooler, a cardboard box, and the potty chair.
  5. It’s not that hard to learn how to open doors and turn on the bathtub faucet.
  6. Everything is interesting and cool.
  7. A smile goes a long way.
  8. There is always time for another walk, a story, or a tickle attack.
  9. Teaching is the same thing as learning.
  10. I am the luckiest mom in the world.

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To everyone who has a mother’s heart (whether your children are  a twinkle in your eye, are here on Earth or in Heaven, are from another mother, have 2 or 4 legs, or are in the hospital or at home), and to everyone who is missing their mom or wishes they were a mom, Happy Mother’s Day.

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Author: Andrea M

Oh man, what an adventure! I went into labor unexpectedly when I was 23w3d pregnant. Jaxson was born weighing 1 lb 8 oz. A tiny little peanut, but boy was he feisty. He still is! We love it now, but we probably won't when he is a teenager. I write about our journey and all other things that come with it, including a brain tumor. We look forward to "meeting" you - come hang out with us...we're pretty cool.

2 thoughts on “10 Things I’ve Learned from My Spirited Boy (Happy Mother’s Day)”

  1. Yes silence isn’t golden it is DANGEROUS, At least with toddlers for sure if there is silence something is being done that shouldn’t be:) Happy Mothers day Andrea

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