31 Days of Tips for Raising Boys

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I am very excited to be bringing you 31 Days of Tips for Raising Boys.

31 Days of Tips for Raising Boys

31 Days of Tips for Raising Boys

I have always said that raising boys is not for the weak!  For the Month of October I will be covering a different topic about raising boys.  Even after 12 years of raising boys, I definitely don’t have all the answers so I am excited to be bringing in advice from professionals in the different fields of parenting.  

Each day throughout October, come back to this page to see all of the posts listed below.  You can pin/bookmark this page so you don’t miss a day, or subscribe to our weekly newsletter and get all of the posts together at the end of the week.

Some of the topics we will be covering include:

  • Dealing with all of the energy that boys have
  • Potty training boys! (This is the most requested topic)
  • Organizing big toy sets
  • How to deal with “Boy Smell”
  • Hygiene, especially as they hit the tween/teen years
  • Rough play – When should we step in
  • Words/phrases we should stop saying to our boys
  • Connecting with our sons, especially as they get older
  • And many, many more

31 Days of Tips for Raising Boys

Day 1: 10 Ways to Bond with Your Son

Day 2: How To Teach Your Son to Be a Gentleman

Day 3: 10 Tips for Raising Confident Boys

Day 4: How To Protect Our Sons from Pornography

Day 5: Top-Rated Books on How to Raise Boys

Day 6: Boys and Bullying: How to keep your child safe

Day 7: How to Encourage Boys to Read

Day 8: Ideas to Encourage Boys to Write

Day 9: Boys and Body Image

Day 10: Preparing Your Bathroom for Potty Training Boys

Day 11: Potty Training Boys: Advice from Moms of Boys

Day 12: Toy Storage Solutions

Day 13: How To Get Rid of the “Boy Smell” In Your Bathroom

Day 14: Tips for Keeping Boys Full On a Budget

Day 15: How to Get Dirt and Grass Stains Out of Clothes

Day 16: How to Get Rid of Stinky Feet and Shoes

Day 17: 10 Tips to Help You Deal With Bedwetting

Day 18: Tips to Get Boys Excited About Learning to Cook

Day 19: 6 Tips to Get Your Kids to Brush Their Teeth

Day 20: How to Keep Your Sanity While Raising Energetic Boys

Day 21: Teaching Boys Personal Hygiene So They Won’t Stink

Day 22: Tips to Reduce Sibling Rivalry

Day 23: When Kids Fight: Tips to Reduce Fighting In Your Home

Day 24: Activities to Improve Handwriting in Kids

Day 25: Resources to Help Treat Anxiety in Children

Day 26: Age-Appropriate Chores for Kids

Day 27: Printable Chore Charts for Boys

Day 28: Boys and Gaming: Guidelines for Appropriate Use of Video Games

Day 29: Simplest Way to Remove Urine Stains from a Mattress

Day 30: Keeping Your Child Safe From Cyberbullying

Day 31: 10 Assumptions We Should Stop Making About Boys

Also check out these books that have been recommended by members of our Moms of BoysCommunity:

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 If I Have to Tell You One More Time The 5 Love Languages of Children How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk Raising Positive Kids in a Negative World Strong Mothers, Strong Sons

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I hope you enjoy this series!  I have learned a lot as I have researched and shared this information with you.Tips for Raising Boys

 

What is your best tip for raising boys?  Leave it in the comments.

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Comments

  1. says

    Hi there! I am also a mom of 4 boys (twins 8, 3, 9months). I am looking forward to reading your posts. I’m doing write31days too! Excited for this challenge.

  2. says

    Hi Kara, I’ve got two boys, 4 & 2, and am so looking forward to some inspiration. I am kind of an introverted homebody, so the noise level and the need for active play drive me bananas..

  3. says

    ALWAYS looking for tips. When dealing with twin toddlers, you learn not to ever turn away from free advice. Looking forward to learning from someone with twice the experience I have…lol

    • says

      Haha…It’s amazing how much you learn from on-the-job experiences. But I definitely don’t have all the answers, like how to raise twin boys!

  4. says

    Hi Kara

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