Me being a total Papas girl myself, Aayera is just the same – a complete Daddy’s girl. But when I had a Son, I realized what is so special between a Son and Mothers bond #boymom. Its just so sweet and sacred the way my little boy adores me and kisses me the whole day and none of us two can get enough of this love (my husband had once literally told him “leave my wife alone”). And its through this bond that I wish to teach my son to respect and value girls/women and be a “Good Man”.
By loving his Mumma and watching his Dad love his Mumma, he too will learn to be more respectful, emotional and understand the strength and sensitivity of a women and be a well-balanced gentleman and not be afraid to cry, show his emotions or say I love you. While he sees a Queen in me, I intend to recognize the “Handsome Prince” in him.
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Well said. Wish every parent inculcate same teachings on their child.
The children learn by imitating from their parents.
It’s a very well written post .
Yes this is the need of the hour. Teaching them to respect you and all the women around them.
We all try our best to teach love and kindness in kids. You are doing wonderfully Hansa
Irrespective of the gender, as a parent we ought to teach the basic principles of humanity such as kindness, respect and love towards others.
Showing respect and kindness is an important part of life. We always try to teach our kids respect, responsibility and caring. You are doing a great job.
Always an intimate story between this lovely relationship..thanks for sharing this and must love that special picture of you both.. teaching🙏🙏🙏
You are doing a great job. It’s so important to teach kids the respect towards every living being and values. It’s a sign of a good human being. Lovely bonding you share here.
Same with my son , even my hubby jealous and say kabhi to mujhe pyaar karliya kar , sab mom Ko karega
Oh kids are just so adorable. J too live being pampered and loved by my son. I wish it to be as strong as I had with my dad.
Daddy’s girl is called Oedipus complex and Mommy’s boy : Electra complex. However in my family, it’s the entire opposite!
Thanks for the lovely post! A son’s relation with his mother is always special. When I was growing up, I was more closer to my mother. My father used to be very strict, and I couldn’t muster up the courage to open up with him. Mother was approachable most of the times.
As time passed, I slowly started to realize why God created mother and father, and why they have a special place in our lives 🙂
mine is a mammas boy and daddy’s boy both!! i wish he was just mammas boy!
Teaching these basic virtues is very important. We are raising the next generation, lets raise a responsible one.