It says, "Hi, I'm a normal 2 yo boy with older brothers." My little 3 yo is more of a train guy now, but when his older brothers are homeschooled again, I suspect there will be lego weapon building lessons in his future.
My mommy doesn't shove me in front of a tv! :)
It says you have wonderfully imaginative boys!
Normal boy.... my brother, the only son, would chew his graham crackers into the shape of a gun and then shoot me and my sister.... or anything else he found interesting. He also used to quietly shoot the people on the altar at Mass on Sunday with his fingers....
Sounds like a little boy lives there! :)
it says.. if you take away this lego sword, the remote, the tree stick, the wooden spoon will become the next weapon of choice.this is one of the best books ive read about youth and it deals directly w make believe violence http://www.amazon.com/Killing-Monsters-Children-Make-Believe-Violence/dp/0465036953
It says your an awesome mom! My boys have made weapons out of spaghetti noodles, hot dogs, yard sticks, pencils (during homework, no less) and mashed potatoes once (that was just gross). Boys must be allowed to be boys, or they will turn into girls :-)
To be politically incorrect, thank you for not turning your boys (and girls?) into prissy little "things".
It says, "You're at my house!"My 4-year-old son got four lightsabers plus a "Boba Fett Blaster" for Christmas, and he still makes a sword/gun out of anything he can find...
I think we need to get all of these creative boys together and just let them play.
Sounds a lot like my 2 year old...except she's a girl! She's recently mixed up the words "fight" and "Finn" somehow though, so she wields the plastic sword and yells "Huckleberry Fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight!!!!!!"
Boys will fold their sister's Barbie Dolls in half at the waist and turn them into guns... they aren't picky.
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