Lets BRAG about YOUR wonderful SON(s) OR DAUGHTER(s)

♏*PHOENIX*♏ - posted on 08/03/2010 ( 5 moms have responded )




My son is 7 years old and he’s a boy’s, boys…meaning he loves to play with rocks and sticks, wrestling, video games, and imaginary battles with his figurean men..LOL (those battles get loud, spit flying everywhere, as the guns go off and the bad guys are being defeated)
I could not have asked for a better son, this little guy Is not only respectful to me, but he is kind hearted to others. he has told me countless times that i am a beautiful, wounderful mother (those are his words) he is very protective of me, (One time we were at the starbucks drive thru and the bristas were taking long to get our order out, they were understaffed and had a lot of people inside and out waiting. Anyway it seem to the other cars behind me that I was holding up the line when I only ordered two drinks, the lady behind me honked, asking what is the hold up…my son looked at me thru the rearview mirror and said
“Let me get out this car, that lady better stop honking at you,”
That’s just one time…pretty much don’t mess with his mom and your all good…LOL)
He now holds doors for me like a little gentleman, he knows to help with the groceries when we get home, and he’s a wonderful, loving big brother. He is a jokester, very funny…he makes me laugh everyday and after being around anyone he can get them to laugh to.


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Torie - posted on 02/02/2011




What a wonderful post! I ♥ it! I love my son more than life itself and think he is amazing in every way. I couldn't have wished for a more wonderful son, friend and partner in crime! He is my perfect prince x thank you for sharing Monique! x

Jessica - posted on 10/04/2010




My son is 7 and is a great little boy. He is smart, funny and very sweet. His dream is to become a paleontologist and dig up fossils all day long - and I won't be surprised if that is what he does! He is reading far about his age group and his very gentle with his little sister who is 13 months. I am very lucky to have such a sweet little boy!

Kelli - posted on 09/05/2010




my sons due to issues with him being slower just started kindergarten he is seven and a half recently he started riding a new bus to scohool and he sits in his seat all the way to school does not change seats and does not have to get yell at by the bus driver im so proud of him

Lori - posted on 09/05/2010




my son is seven years old an his name is jacob. he attends belair elementary school here in jefferson city missouri. he is very much a boy that is for sure he loves to play with his toy cars and video games really into cartoons that is for sure. but he looks after me when iam not feeling good or if iam down an can always make me laugh everytime too. he is alittle gentleman too. he does open doors for me and his grandma, helps pack in groceries for me and even helps me around the house with the chores too. but most of the time takes out the trash cause he tells me that is his job . so i pretty much let him do so unless it is way to heavy that is when we do so together. but he is a very lucky little boy to have me for a mom and i feel very blessed having as my son too. as for my other son who is 16 yrs old he is also a big help too. he doesnt live with me but does come to visit me from time to time. he really lives with his real mom and she & i are best friends so in other words he has two moms to deal with when he is in trouble that is. but we are single moms with sons and there real dads are not in there lives at all. so we are doing what we have to do to raise them ourselves. so we offer one another susport when the other one needs it. well right now iam going through a divorce from my soon to be exhusband and its rough but she has been helping me through it and so has my 16 yr old too. my youngest is also been a big help for me as well. he says my you still got me so i call him the little man of the house and he really likes it alot. my oldest mom and i have been married to the same man but at different times and he has done us both the same way so we decided to stay best friends and help out the other when needed. so you can say iam got my very own susport group an it is helping out alot for me and my sons too.

Erin - posted on 08/21/2010




Awwwww, what a honey! Your son sounds fantastic! I love little boys who act like little gentlemen!
My daughter, who's 7, is SMART. I love it! She reads so well and even other moms who have helped out in her classroom have told me what a wonderful reader she is. Her teacher has told me countless times too. That just makes me so happy considering the first day I dropped her off at Kindergarten I was so worried for her and now here we are about to start 1st grade and now I feel like she'll do awesome!
She's also a fantastic artist. She draws and paints lovely pictures for me everyday, my fridge is always full. Her imagination is so vast!
She also helps me with her 3 year old little brother, always assuming a motherly role with him, it's so sweet! She reads books to him and teaches him the things she learns in school. It's so fun to watch.
And lastly...her infallible ability to always see me in the best light. Even when I have had enough and need a mommy time out, to her I am always her "beautiful, lovely mama." Now that will make anyone feel better when they're having a bad day!

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