Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Two Male Teenagers? Pray for Me...

Somewhere, somehow, my two stepsons have grown into teenagers. One will be a freshman in high school, the other an 8th grader. And my daughter will be in third grade. I honestly don't know where the time has went.

Since my other stepson is living with us now, that means we have two teenage boys under the same roof. *deep breath* Oh boy. Hope our little house doesn't burst from all the testosterone! Since oldest stepson already has girls calling him, I have no doubt that this trend will continue, and I also have no doubt that once my youngest stepson gets started in his new school and makes new friends, girls will be calling him. Let's hope I don't have to install another phone line! But in looking at that picture, I can see why they're calling! They're good-looking boys, all right!

This coming school year should be very interesting...

6 comments:

  1. Geez, I can see your husband in the older one.

    It could be worse...you could have two teenage girls in the same house. I am so looking forward to my girls being teens at the same time (NOT)

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  2. Oh my! What cuties! And yes, the girls will tie up your phone lines for sure! What fun! ;o)

    I've been in hiding because I was finishing up my YA manuscript and it is done and I am querying. Whew. Wish me luck!

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  3. Rene - Yes, the oldest looks just like Dad. We hear it all the time from people. Now if they could just get ALONG we'd be golden.

    Ell! So glad that you're querying! Lots and lots of luck!

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  4. Yep, good looking boys indeed :) Enjoy your time with them - it does go so fast.

    Your daughter is in 3rd grade!!! Wow. I thought she was younger than that.

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  5. Tess - at this point, I wish time would speed up! hahaha...

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  6. They're great guys -- and they have you! What could be better? Means they'll turn out well, because they have a positive female in their lives!

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