Monday, December 22, 2008

Bonding From a Male Perspective

Living in a house FULL of males can have its perks, but it also leads to countless moments of confusion. For example, I do not understand the following:

1. The humor in the many bodily functions boys "display"

2. The need to wrestle each other to the ground as a way of saying, "You're my brother, and I love you."

3. How it can be so difficult to aim certain bodily fluids in a huge white hole, flush and put the lid down when finished

4. The need to listen to the television at octive levels in triple digits

5. The need to yell and scream at the television when a man, they have never even met, carrying a football, makes a mistake

I don't get it, but I guess I am not supposed to. Regardless of the immense amount of testosterone seeping from the walls in our home, I love my boys...every one of them...and I wouldn't trade my life for anything in the world!


Perfect example of the "male bonding" going on in our house...=)

4 comments:

Britney Soladay Jones said...

So true... love it!

Shelley Moore said...

Amen, sister!

Shelley Moore said...

Ok, here's another one- why is it soooo much fun to throw rocks and sticks into a pond? We went to the park today and I think that was the highlight for them! They could have stayed there doing that all day if I hadn't stopped them!

The Soladay Family said...

Okay....one more...Why is it fun to tell your brother to bend over and take a picture of his naked bottom?! I found that on my camera as well....Carter's little bitty naked booty, thanks to Preston. Silly boys!

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Monday, December 22, 2008

Bonding From a Male Perspective

Living in a house FULL of males can have its perks, but it also leads to countless moments of confusion. For example, I do not understand the following:

1. The humor in the many bodily functions boys "display"

2. The need to wrestle each other to the ground as a way of saying, "You're my brother, and I love you."

3. How it can be so difficult to aim certain bodily fluids in a huge white hole, flush and put the lid down when finished

4. The need to listen to the television at octive levels in triple digits

5. The need to yell and scream at the television when a man, they have never even met, carrying a football, makes a mistake

I don't get it, but I guess I am not supposed to. Regardless of the immense amount of testosterone seeping from the walls in our home, I love my boys...every one of them...and I wouldn't trade my life for anything in the world!


Perfect example of the "male bonding" going on in our house...=)

4 comments:

Britney Soladay Jones said...

So true... love it!

Shelley Moore said...

Amen, sister!

Shelley Moore said...

Ok, here's another one- why is it soooo much fun to throw rocks and sticks into a pond? We went to the park today and I think that was the highlight for them! They could have stayed there doing that all day if I hadn't stopped them!

The Soladay Family said...

Okay....one more...Why is it fun to tell your brother to bend over and take a picture of his naked bottom?! I found that on my camera as well....Carter's little bitty naked booty, thanks to Preston. Silly boys!