Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Boys Will Be Boys

I never believed people when they said that raising boys was different from raising girls until Justin was born. Then my whole impression changed on boys and girls. The minds of little boys are totally different than the mind of a little girl.

Below is evidence on how different they think:

This is Justin and Tyler on Tyler's tricycle. They thought up this scheme on their own. Naturally the one on the back always had to ride with the baseball helmet on just in case he fell off while riding. My girls would have never come up with this bright idea while playing with a friend. Most girls aren't this daring.

They were both saying, "Hurry up and take the picture because the sun is too bright!".

At this point, Justin wouldn't even look up for the photo.

Justin riding with Tyler on the back.

These two little boys play together every day. Tyler is 4 years old and Justin is 2 1/2 years old. The difference in age doesn't bother either one of them. They just want a friend to play with. There is only one house that separates Tyler's house from our house, so, they run back and forth throughout the day. Just the other day, they told us that they were brothers. We told them that they were not brothers, but friends.

Take care,


  1. I totally agree -- boys and girls are soooo different! Kamree is such a drama queen and much more emotional! She could drive us to drink some nights!

    Cute pictures of the boys! It's so fun to have a good buddy just a door down! Kamree misses her next door friend so much!

  2. Brothers.....cute! And, yes, boys and girls are so different. I had no idea!

  3. Logan amazes us everyday with this. He is always riding something the wrong way or trying to figure out how to take something apart.